Deep Forest Cabins at Mt. Rainier
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... pictures. The skies were clear and very little light pollution. The long exposures through the tree bows even made for interesting lighting from the few camp fires. There were far too many trees to make for a clear view of the sky so I gave up after a while. Plus, I could see where my walking around a dark campground with a camera could make our camp neighbors a little uneasy. I was tiered any way so headed to my tent before too long.
The long day's drive left ...
Paradise probably says it all. The Skyline trail circuit is recommended as the walk to do if you only have the time for one walk at Mt Rainier National Park and after having completed it I can understand why. Encompassing wildflower strewn alpine meadows, more stunning vistas and even lots of local wildlife, deer, marmots and ground squirrels ...
... Back in the Oregon Trail days abandoned kids were temporarily taken in by people in the wagon train. The Whitman family, missionaries in this area to the Walowala, took a few in as their own. Toddlers get beat up on camping trips by the conditions. Their curiosity gets them bruises and their lack if concern gets them a million mosquito bites. I've certainly given both my kids Lyme disease... I should save up some money for college so I can do something good for them. The kids ...
... who loves a chat and has a tiny little dog who doesn't seem keen on us at first but soon comes round to us we then go to Blantons IGA Supermarket and buy some supplies we drive up Snyder road about 6miles to the trailhead to the Packwood Lake trail which we are going to do on Tuesday it's about 10 miles round trip and we have to go into town and buy a Northwest Forest pass to be able to do it,back to the cabin for wine,beer and bourbon.
For dinner I have spicy chicken ...
... which wasn’t until after 9:30pm…yikes due to his late afternoon nap.
When Dave got home we opened a lovely bottle of Cailfornia Zin, eat chips and Papalote Salsa (from SF Dave nearly died when I told him I had some in the RV) and watched the Colbert Report and laughed and chatted about word and US current events..my idea of the perfect night. We stayed up until midnight..just like the good old days when we used to live in SF together.