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... but we watched those two climbers for over half an hour until they were over the ridge and on to the other side. Gus and Kat finally arrived and off we were to climb to the saddle between Pinnacle Peak and Plummer's Peak. At the trail head we were already over 4000 ft and adding another 1700 meant we could see Mount Rainier from a different angle. We had the added bonus of seeing Mount Hood in Oregon and a slight portion ...
... which wasn’t until after 9:30pm…yikes due to his late afternoon nap.
When Dave got home we opened a lovely bottle of Cailfornia Zin, eat chips and Papalote Salsa (from SF Dave nearly died when I told him I had some in the RV) and watched the Colbert Report and laughed and chatted about word and US current events..my idea of the perfect night. We stayed up until midnight..just like the good old days when we used to live in SF together.
... Sally tied up with finishing the Relay event]. Sunny weather tempted us to ‘swim’ well, really just a quick plunge into the lake – wow – freezing cold! Literally just above freezing, colder than the water temp in Alaskan fjords! Dove in and flew out, no time to even feel the ache of cold water but felt great immediately afterwards – invigorating! Walked out then enjoyed picnic lunch in the Park before heading ‘home’.
... butt a few times. He cursed the mountain for these cold owies. The sun was only beginning to set when we left and things were closing up. We planned to get close to the ocean today, but Rainier still has us. We are on the mountain in the NP, camping in our tent at Cougar Rock Campground, #D37. The pay station was very technilogically modern. It works the same way as a Chicago parking meter. The campground is next to the rushing Nisqually, a ...
... site D1 right at the entrance to the loop. Shorty fit without incident and with room to spare for the Soob’. We got settled in and had a late lunch.
After spending some time wandering through the campground to see what was available, we were content with our location. We read for a while and then Lynn suggested that I start dinner. I had volunteered to make Ratatouille, one of my few ...
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