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Day 129 - goat rocks wilderness 

I was the last to leave the camp, shortly after Cardboard. The morning was nice and relaxed. Someone has giant feet – I found out later that was Cardboard. 313 more words

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Mt. Ranier National Park ~ a "sister-mountain" of Japan's Mt. Fuji!

Mt. Ranier National Park is an icon of Washington state’s landscape and a symbol of beauty accentuating the backdrop of Seattle’s skyline.  Ascending to 14,410 feet above sea level, it was established on March 2, 1899 as the fifth national park in the United States.  275 more words

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Guest Post: Glamping at Mt. Ranier

The following is a guest post from fellow glamper Ashanya Indralingam.

If you’ve ever been to Washington, you’d be hard-pressed not to notice the state’s crown jewel and most omnipresent feature, Mt. 494 more words

Glamping

July 28, 2015

Since we didn’t have to meet our tour group until 7 o’clock tonight, we decided to drive to Mt. Rainer.  It was about a two hour drive from Seattle.   19 more words

Snow

Another view of Mt. Rainer from Paradise

Trees

Heading Home

In order to avoid the early morning traffic and road closures because of a half marathon scheduled for Sunday morning in and around the area we were staying, we decided to leave Vancouver a day earlier than planned. 254 more words

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Olympia and Paradise

We packed up from the Lake Crescent Lodge and drove to Olympia this morning. After a quick stop for a photo opportunity at Kurt Cobain’s old house, we had lunch at Wagner’s European Bakery. 277 more words

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