La Wis Wis Campground
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... changed my camera settings until AFTER I had taken 182 shots of the bear. Ugh!! I'm perturbed because only a few of them are in focus. I didn't realize it until dinner while I was looking through my photos. I am not happy. But bear count is up to THREE not including the cubs. Still a great thrill. So it's now around 10:30 a.m. and the haze is not burning off. Bummer. Onward to Ohanapecosh which has a nice picnic and camping area. We have lunch and wander into ...
... just in time for
the check in rush. The perfect time for me to regret not checking the
confirmation fine print. During all of the reservation issues, we ended
up getting my site only for Thursday and Friday, Not Friday and
Saturday. I drove over to get Benita to get her help in resolving the
issue. In the end though, it was our error for not checking the dates
on the confirmation. The ranger and office lady, were nice and allowed
us to put Mikes ...
... bars and even a motel called Hobo Inn. It was genius!
At the wildlife park we got to see all the animals that we were hoping to see in the national parks. They have a massive free roaming area over 400 acres where a tram takes you around and we saw three moose, a big herd of elk, bighorn sheep, some deer, a mountain goat and loads of bison. We were able to get so close to them as well, it was awesome. In the rest of the park we got to see another grizzly, ...
... on the trail took us past the base of Mt. Adam - a 12,000 foot mountain still covered in glaciers. The sunsets bouncing off the ice were a welcome sight at the end of a long day. Once we had passed Mt Adam, we reached some of the most beautiful wilderness I had seen on trail. We ascended above the tree line, walking through green meadows before being pushed out on to the sides of mountains for incredible views. We saw elk, marmots and ...
... is making me sound like someone afraid of her own shadow. I don't have much experience with mountains, especially up close and right there, being all huge. I'm used to seeing mountains hovering in the distance like a majestic rock deity in the sky or viewing them from a safe distance above while flying. Rainier is glorious. I gasped each new time I saw it. Really.
I had waited until noon to leave and it was now almost 5:00, so I was in a hurry to find ...