Orcas Island, Washington State. The reddish trees are Madronas (Arbutus menziesii
). They grow along a broad band of the Pacific Northwest. "The Madrona, clad in thin, smooth, red and yellow bark and big glossy leaves, seems in the dark coniferous forests of Washington and Vancouver Island, like some lost wanderer from the magnolia groves of the South." plantguide.org
Bowl made of the wood from a Madrona tree by Rob Thornber
"The wood of the madrona is especially hard, but is tricky to season, and rarely used for buildings or furniture making, although the beauty of the wood makes it well worth the effort for those up to the challenge."