Whittaker's Motel and Historic Bunkhouse
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... of Mt. Rainier is really nice this morning. Harder to shoot but I have the image engraved as a good memory so even if the photos don't show it I am content. As I was walking back to the van, my mom hollered for me to hurry. There is a mama bear and two cubs munching berries literally across the road. I could see the cubs' ears over the bushes but never saw them. Earlier I had asked this dude to take a photo of me and my parents and I did not realize that ...
... br> though and it would lock up and kick us out. We needed three sites and
were worried that the website problems were the result of a mad rush of
people trying to get our sites. We finally got them reserved and got the
confirmations. My Camping buddies; Benita, Matthew and Mike
arrived on Thursday and were all set up when I got there Friday
afternoon. Matthew had to leave Friday morning so it was just the three
of us and Benita’s big dog. I got in ...
... we had a lovely drive across the park, from the east side to the west side. There were many partial views of MT Rainier but clouds had formed so there was never a full view like we had at Lake Tipsoo. Even partial views are beautiful! There were many pull-over stops along the drive with gorgeous views and waterfalls. Our main destination was to get to Paradise, a beautiful area of the park with a visitors center and great view of the mountain. (Dad said he ...
... a screaming HippieDemocratmobile. The best sign of my life was the one forbidding hunting and other firearms in Mount Rainier National Park.
The drive into the park and up to Paradise is breathtaking. You drive around enchanted verdant corners and are suddenly confronted by a MOUNTAIN in your face! Each time I caught a view of the MOUNTAIN, it was CLOSER and more IMMENSE. I admit it was so huge I was a little scared of it.
Now I realize that ...
... asks for a box to take hers home for later but of course the waitress forgets,stuffed we go and get our Northwest forest pass for our walk tomorrow and then we drive to Mount St Helens National Park on the advice of the guy in Sports Hut who is very helpful about fourteen miles later we find out that the park road is closed because of snow clearance so back to town we go and search for a lake in town we saw from the Packwood Lake trailhead but realise it is probably in what ...