Mineral Lake Resort
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Today our destination is Mt. Rainier, which was about an hour drive from camp. When we got there, we continued through the west entrance and climbed a few more thousand ft to the Paradise visitor center. It was a long and windy drive, as we got higher and higher in elevation the temperature dropped and the clouds got thicker and thicker. We had plans of a hike from that spot, but inside the visitor center we met a ranger that gave us some other better ideas due to ...
... knew that given the weather forecast so hope you're not disappointed! It was raining when we woke up so John got out the sponge and gave the Sunseeker a sponge bath! Hehe. We left camp near Seattle and headed about two hours south to settle in for the next three nights near Mt. Rainier & Mt. St. Helens. There was a high wind warning and rain so our drive was pretty frightening; we even encountered a few down trees in our path along the way, but ...
... t as beautiful as Lake Louise (Banff, Canada). I hate to admit it but she's right. Moreover this one is actually artificial. From that we had a long drive. We stopped right outside North Cascades for a burger. We entered a restaurant in a place with about 200 souls I guess, and were welcomed by a Chinese lady. She asked if we liked "watel or cofy". I could hardly make out what she said. The place had a weird atmosphere of western and Chinese. As did the menu. ...
No signal at the moment here. Its 8pm in our Cougar Rock campsite and i thought i'd write a little then post tomorrow morn when we head out and get a signal in the city..... We got up and drove up to Paradise about 8:30. We immediately headed out on one of the trails there, the Skyline Trail to Panorama Point. The first mile or so was paved, easy to walk on , but VERY steep. We didnt have full packs, so no problem. Once again, the trailside ...
... to leave a fire burning unattended. I was fading fast
but want to take advantage of the clear night and get some sky pictures
taken. I found a dark corner of the campground but the observatory
website is right, Light pollution is becoming an issue even in
our tiny part of the state. I took a few pictures but realized that a
good night’s sleep would be a better use of my time. Mary Hill
is in a gorge that holds the Columbia River. The wind tends to whip ...