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... was certain something moved in the shrub line so I backed up and pulled over and YES!!! Another bear. I only took about 75 photos of that one. At one point it looked like he climbed the tree but from our vantage point it was hard to tell.
Not a bad day! We headed back to the Lodge around 6:30 p.m. and picked up dinner at the Highlander Grill to eat in the room. My parents are exhausted!
Tomorrow we will explore the Sunrise section of the ...
... noon and made our way to our next destination, stopping along the way at a river to explore and then a base camp for climbers climbing Mt Rainer and other mountains in the area. There we found a little coffee shop and home of the Whitiker family (the most famous American climbing family who have summited Everest, K2 and the likes), whio have their mountaineering school there. Then girls had fun in the garden and climbing one of ...
... now and we are going to drive around midday and look for some food, then camp here again tonight. We took a short drive during the midday and we are now Eaton in Eatonville. Good time to post, no signal until we head to seattle for our last night tomorrow and much needed ...
... through the green mat of pines, firs and oaks below. It is stunning, too much so for words.
During the week we met quite a few other hikers, namely Beamer, Switch, Happy feet, Crackerjack, Karma and Hof Zombie. Hof Zombie is the first Australian I've met on trail, it had been so long since I heard the accent I actually had trouble picking where he was from. He is a machine, clocking 30-40 miles a day on the trail without ...
I did a little last minute shopping and putting together of my blue turtle, including buying some custom cut foam for a mattress and a sweet solar charger. Rachel and the littlest waved good bye and I was on the road to her 80s tunes.
The drive took me through rural wilderness, where confederate flag-wavin' (?? As far as I know, Washington was still part of the Oregon Territory during that war, and was fighting its own fight against those selfish Native ...