I've always wanted to see the pacific northwest, and I finally got the chance when we took my grandpa on a bucket list trip to see the sequoia trees.
(You can read more about the trip and see the resulting video in this post)
My one and only regret of this trip from a photography standpoint is that I wish I would have gotten a photo of the foggy stairway disappearing into the mist without anyone in it, just because it would have singularly been a more flexible image to use for graphics or inspiration.
Other than that I was super thrilled with the whole experience of shooting in this beautiful land. Shot with a D750 and a variety of Nikon lenses, primarily a 20mm f/2.8D and a 24-70mm f/2.8, and I tried to remember to stop down to around f/8 when I could because that produces sharper images for landscape shots.