Deep Forest Cabins at Mt. Rainier
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... from the shore,it's quite noticeable that in the US a lot of girls and grown women fish,that certainly is not the case in England,there is also a dam leading to a beautiful stretch of river.
We walk through the woods where there is cabins and a lodge where the kids camp they are doing archery,basketball and various other activities,it's good to see parents and kids partaking in activities together with no mobile phones in sight
We drive to Clear Lake falls which again ...
Driving into Mount Rainer brought us into our last US state of our road trip, Washington. As we pulled into our camp site we had a rare clear view of Mount Rainer. With the weather being clear we immediately headed up to try and get a view of the popular Nisqually Glacier. Our intentions originally were to take a short hike to a viewing platform, but after a group of 30 elementary school children were heading down our path we changed our minds. This decision lead us on a ...
... talking to another ranger about everything we had seen on the trip in the parks and how they different parks were run and managed. I had a great time with Sally chatting about kids and motherhood while eating great homemade pizzas and sipping on a margarita premix cocktail.
Saturday 24 August 2013
Zach and I took a day off from National parks and driving and stayed at the hotel while Chris took the car and saw the rest of Rainier National Park.
... in the hot weather. I finally made it to the top at nearly 4:30 PM and was over an hour behind our guide. The guide went down to get the third member of our team water and they finally made it to Camp Muir, but the third member told me that he would not be continuing the hike to the top of Mt Rainier because he was too tired and too dehydrated. By the time we had dinner, it was 7:30 and I suggested we wake up in the morning, go ...
July 11 Thursday
Another great day, exploring a different section of the Park, to the East, stopping for a stroll along the 'Grove of the Patriarchs', a valley trail following the Ohanapecosh River, amidst giant trees up to one thousand years old. Some of the biggest trees were Western Red Cedar, Douglas Fir, Western Hemlock , with others being Red Alder, Pacific Silver Fir. Drove on to a late lunch and walk up around the Sunrise area, stunning 360 degree views, ...
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- Free parking