Deep Forest Cabins at Mt. Rainier
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... I. Time for the best meal of any
camping trip, Breakfast! Bacon eggs pancakes juice coffee. After clean
up we piled I to Benita's Honda CRV and off to Mt St Helens.
not been to the Volcano viewpoint at Windy Pass before. It provides a good
opportunity to see the Line of destruction. A pretty stark line of
healthy forest then the blast zone with what's left of the mountain
about 4 miles away.
Even as cool as it is, one can ...
... a young family with 9- or 10-year-old twin boys came noisily back to their camp next door. I'd assumed they were all asleep, since they had children. The boys yelled, threw rocks, and ran around as the parents made dinner and yelled at the kids to stop. About an hour later, I fell asleep to the lullabying ukelele at the camp opposite me.
Sunday 8th June
Got up and had breakfast in the cabin with glorious weather outside once more set off up to Mount Rainier National Park and just inside the Stevens Canyon entrance we go to the Grove of the Patriarchs parking lot and went on the 1.5 mile round trip trail which is fantastic and meanders through Spruce Cedar and Douglas Fir trees the fallen trees and the evolution of the forest is fascinating.A little further on we come to a ...
... in the back of the car so I asked him what he was looking at. He said ‘Im looking at the pictures of me at David Ginsberg’s house’. Now that was our next stop so he had 1) Found the book of our blog that my mum and printed and given to me for my birthday 2) knew we were going to David Ginsberg’s house 3) found the entry from the last time we were in Seattle and knew that these were pictures of David Ginsberg’s house which had Wii guitars and ...
... Roxane joined Sally for the walk, nothing like a warming bop around the track and a bit of air guitar practice to help a good cause! Sal's team were the second highest fund raisers with the event total being a very impressive $48,000...incredible what a small town (2,500 people) and strong community spirit can achieve.
A local wildlife conservation park visit in the afternoon gave a last look at native animals like grizzlies and black bears, and a close-up view ...