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Venturing into ‘Larch Madness’ at Goat Peak Lookout

The golden trees are an integral part of Washington's autumn decor

Columnist Elliott Almond stops on a steep incline as the bright sun shines on him and the dry forestry around him.
Columnist Elliott Almond stops on a steep incline to inspect the needles of an Alpine larch on the way to the Goat Peak Lookout. (Photo courtesy of Ken Harrison)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
MAZAMA, Okanogan County — The most important word in outdoor adventuring is “yes.” I texted

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