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... around the drives for scenic views of Mount Rainier as well as all kinds of other picturesque locations. Wednesday was overcast so our views were a little obstructed but yesterday the majority of the clouds cleared leaving a breathtaking view of the mountain with a halo of clouds hovering over the top. Mount Rainier is considered one of the most dangerous volcanos in the world and the highest mountain in Washington and the Cascade Range. It is permanently covered in ...
... and did some general mapping for the remainder of the trip. It is so crazy that we are down to a mere six weeks or so until we arrive home. Part of me is homesick pretty regularly at this point, and cannot wait to get back. But the other part cannot even begin to comprehend the fact that this trip is coming to an end so quickly! I truly don’t want to think about it, even with the excitement of seeing family and friends, and a new ...
... channel on the youtubes - not another thing to monitor, just a reliable platform for the uploads. I'll link all videos through this blog.
First up: Mount Rainier Day One
Youtubes link to the video
(besides, the playback is much better; you're welcome everyone)
Delicious oatmeal breakfast is the best camping experience. Thank you, instant food and instant coffee.
I brought two camp chairs in case I meet a friend, but only set up one. Setting up two would just be sad. I guess I could set them up in different parts of the campsite, since I'm not using any of it for a tent. That would be like creating different rooms of a home. There are the picnic table dining room, the tree-over-here living room, and the ...
I did a little last minute shopping and putting together of my blue turtle, including buying some custom cut foam for a mattress and a sweet solar charger. Rachel and the littlest waved good bye and I was on the road to her 80s tunes.
The drive took me through rural wilderness, where confederate flag-wavin' (?? As far as I know, Washington was still part of the Oregon Territory during that war, and was fighting its own fight against those selfish Native ...