Copper Creek Inn
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... Paradise it just took 44 years). There were many, many lovely wildflowers. I wished Cheryl could be with us to see them. We walked a trail to Myrtle's Fall, one of many beautiful falls in the area. Made many stops on the way out of the park too. Everything was beautiful! We stayed in Chehalis, WA at a Holiday Inn. The entrance caught our attention with a lovely landscaped area with a flag pole and big letters that read "In God We Trust." We slept very ...
... 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 ...
... we walk the relatively short trip home
The MYSTERIOUS MISSING CHOCOLATE BAR SAGA BEGINS IN THE MORNING
Wednesday 11th June
the mystery is solved when a guilty wife brings me tea in bed and the astonishing life changing confession that she had in the night eaten the whole bar bought for Jack for Father's Day she is riddled with guilt but also tells me that it was very yummy.
world news over we have breakfast and admire the view from our deck on our ...
... chose our hike. We also learned a lot about Mt. Rainier. At 14,400 feet this mountain gets more snow than anywhere else in the lower 48 states. They average 600-800 inches a year! (That’s over 50 feet!). The record was 1,100 inches. Whoa - 100 feet of snow! So at this time of year, there is still 14 feet on the ground and most of the road through the park is still closed. We were lucky to be able to enjoy the small section that was open ...
... 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 ...