Mountain View Lodge
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... set out for Mount Rainier NP the next morning and spent most of the day driving through the old-growth forests and subalpine areas of the park. The scenery was spectacular as the fog burned off revealing the glaciers that cap the mountain and the fir, cedar, and hemlock trees that surround it. The meadows on the mountain's shoulder turned the hillsides crimson and golden. The view from Sunrise at 6400 feet above sea level ...
... Randy made (he likes to cook and is good at it). A friend of theirs Carol joined us for dinner. A good time was had by all.
Our dogs were quite loud as they wanted to chase the horses when they saw them so they were not allowed see them much. We will have a nice visit and leave this afternoon. Randy & Dee have full hookups for their 5th wheel so we have all the comforts of home.
... a highly rated coach built by the Amish in Ohio. We found the dealership after a bit of a challenge caused by the phone, of course. She took us to the Porsche dealer first and then got her act together and took us to Fife RV. We like the coaches, but the particular model wasn't present. The deals are much better due to the end of the model year. It was fun, nonetheless.
We left Auburn this ...
... watched the temperature on the car thermometer climb from 92 to 94 to 96 to 98 degrees!
Driving the Highway 97, the scenic byway, we stopped at the Chief Joseph Dam on the Columbia River. At over a mile long, this is the second largest dam operated by the US Army. We were the only visitors to the dam this particular morning and were greeted by a cute rock hog having his breakfast. In fact, he was so still and let me get so close that ...
... into town and the IGA supermarket and get some supplies for the week Beer,Wine etc etc.The shop has the best fresh produce and we get some salad and some frighteningly cheap cod for dinner.
On the way back to the cabin we see a couple of elk grazing in amongst the few houses nearby.
On arriving back we sit on the deck looking at the fantastic view with a beer and a wine then Cod Chips and salad cooked wonderfully by Jackie which is superb .I think we are going to enjoy ...