I’m on vacation, so please accept my apologies for the brief entries. — Daniel.
I’m not sure of the identity of this one, but I suspect Cladina rangiferina, or reindeer moss (though it’s really a lichen). This was growing at ~850m (2800ft) in elevation. It was a common sight in the White Pass area, although I must admit it does look a bit different when a macro lens is used (see other images of Cladina spp.).