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... just watching the clouds whip up in the valleys and tumble over the mountains and trees. It was beautiful, but very harsh. We drove back towards the campsite, stopping at overlooks to see different views of the mountains and clouds as they came into view and quickly vanished. The rain kept coming as did the patches of fog, but the sights were all unbelievable. We stopped to do the Grove of the Patriarchs trail, a quick 1.5 mile loop through ...
... a good idea. For the first 30 minutes, my pack would squeak each time I took a step.
Over 8 miles, that is about 14000 squeaks. I tried but couldn’t get the squeak fixed while I had it on so I took it off and knocked the frame around a bit. Surprisingly that worked and I enjoyed a silent hike from there on out. Silent but painful.
For the remaining 7 miles, I thought I was having a heart attack. Pain in my chest, couldn’t feel my arms and I swear, I ...
... Even saw some mountain goats off in the distance although the supposed climbers on Mt Rainier eluded us. All in all a pretty special day finished off with a dip in hot tub. Meanwhile in Oshkosh we believe things are going well, with plenty of plane watching of course, and even time for socialising at evening meet and greet receptions. Hope the rain storm that came through has not meant wet ...
... skirt through the edge of downtown Portland and cross the Columbia river and return to Washington a very wide river dividing the two states we now head north on the I-5 and through Longview and then head west on route 12 through Toledo,Salkum,Mossyrock,Morton,Randle and then we arrive in Packwood Wa we drive through town and take a look and see it is a very small town with a couple of gas stations, a couple of bars,a supermarket and a few little gift shops it is all very quaint ...
... depend on it for work. And it’s just such a violation of nature, in my opinion. Everywhere we saw clear cutting it was like the worst hair cut to mother nature imaginable. If only there could be designated areas where trees were grown and constantly replanted for the purpose of logging.
The entrance to Mt. Rainier was shady from the big, dense forest enveloping it. Once past the road construction and at the first ranger ...