Yipee, it’s Labor Day! What are we going to do today Sequoia?
Even though it’s supposed to be foggy today we decided to roll the dice and see if the fogs burns off.
It’s hard to identify where we are but my roommates and I are near Mt. Rainier Nat’l Park in Washington. With all of this fog we probably won’t the mountain but you never know.
|I can see clearly now, the rain, um I mean fog is gone....|
|This tree is just my size.|
Ah lunch. What no trail mix? What no cheese? At least we can see Sheep Lake in the distance. We hiked by Sheep Lake to Sourdough Gap (who names these places) and ate at the gap.
The fog never cleared but on a good note we didn’t get rained on either and periodically the fog lifted and we could see the scenery around us.
Being that the first day was foggy we decided to tempt fate and take a drive to Sunny Yakima. Yakima is on the other side of the mountains and it has over 300 days of sunshine.
Their arboretum is in full bloom. Look at these flowers?
I bet this is what Jerry's garden looks like.
Well, it’s time to start heading home. Looks like we have time for one more adventure. Off to Mt. St. Helen’s national monument.
The mountain is out today and even though there isn’t much snow on it, it definitely looks grand.
Spirit Lake is looking good. It got “moved” when the mountain erupted in the stone ages but it’s recovering well.
The viewpoint we went to was called Windy Ridge and as you can see….it’s windy. Sequoia likes the wind so it was right up his alley.