Deep Forest Cabins at Mt. Rainier
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... covered in cloud. The original lodge is still there, from 1920.
Final stop at Box Canyon - 120 feet drop from the bridge to the river either side of the bridge. Camped in the NP forest camp at Ohanapecosh River. Beautiful old forest all around us.
John tried to fix the stove, that malfunctioned this morning, but stopped when smoke came out from under the Boomer. Good job we have an alternative cooking ...
... Tipsoo Lake. It's supposed to be pretty and an easy walk --- I found it and was really disappointed to see how low the water level was today. Washington seems to be in drought too. Started to head back to base camp. My parents are starting to wear out. So an early night is a goal.
Tomorrow is our last day so I need to go through my checklist to see what I missed ...
... a victim of the droughts. It was funny seeing the former groomed beack and swimmer warning signs posted. We returned to camp and just relaxed for a change. I set up the hammock Brian got me and Jie very comfortably took a rest there while i poured thru books and maps looking for targets on our last couple of days. Its getting dark now, Jie is in the hammock watching a download of Dead Poet Society on her ipad mini, i am typing this blog ...
... so we don’t have to take food back but when Sunday rolls
around, we just want to get packed up and head home. I was up first and
had my site packed up and sowed in the car before the others even awoke.
We had some coffee brewed but decided as expected to forgo a full
breakfast in order to get on the road. Checkout time is 10am anyway. We
would be cutting it close to get breakfast cleaned up and the campsites
taken down anyway. I was running on ...
... was baked beans with jerky mixed in to the pot and hotdogs over
the campfire. Not to mention more of that ****** beer. You would think
that after 6+ hours with 3 other people and a large car sick dog in a 4 a
mini SUV, any beer would be delicious, but no, this was still ****.
Sure I drank it, but I must admit, I did whine about it a little. More sitting around the fire which never seems to get old.
After dark, went roaming for a place to take ...