Rainier Valley Inn
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- Free parking
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... these young boys caught up with me. I walked with them and their grandfather the rest of the way up. They spotted a bea-coon. They said it was kind of like a beaver and a raccoon. Their grandfather told me what it was but I can't pull the name out of my tired brain.
No doubt the view of Mt. Rainier is beautiful from this vantage point but all things that go up must come down. I walked down with a guy named Chris who is from the Washington area ...
... to feel the cold air outside as we had come from the Seattle heat only a few miles away.
Every part of the park was so green and the vegetation was so lush and thick and mossy, nothing like we had seen before. The girls had fun climbing big old tree trunks that had fallen over and enjoyed playing with the funny moss that lay thick over the forest floor. This truly was a spectacular place and a special one to start ...
... the Spirit Lake logs sank... On the way up in the ntional forest, i think the two tracks might lead to some promising sites. We left there and headed bck to our plan.... We sre now camped in cougar Rock campground...very nice...it is very close to Paradise an the slopes of Mt. rainier. We have changed our plans to more day hikes and car camping. Since we are past the holidays, all of this basic car camping is much better. People are more relaxed, i am ...
... us using 120,000 miles. Remarkable considering that I had checked a few weeks earlier and nothing like that was available. I showed the info to Dale and he promptly told me to book it.
Dale contacted Donna in Utrecht and asked her to get the van ready. We made a few plans, including reserving time shares in France, downloaded campground apps onto the IPad, packed our backpacks and off we went to explore Europe once again!
... Lake, that had a hiking trail all the way around with gorgeous mountain views. The lake was so clear it was hard to tell it had water in it. There were hundreds of tadpoles on the edges. I took pictures for Andrew, Lily & Michael which doesn't look like they are in water but they are. Every child on the trail was thrilled! We walked around the lake and got some of our best pictures of MT Rainer. We drove into the park at the Stevens Canyon Entrance. From ...