Seattle- Mt. Rainier

See the “Camping on the Coast” post below first.

The next day Curt and I went to Mt. Rainier and hiked and camped there.  It was absolutely gorgeous.  The mountain was amazing (and intimidating), the flowers were blooming all over the place, and the views were incredible.  I can’t say we even made it halfway up, though we got close.   We had views of a glacier and waterfall and came up on the most amazing bathroom I’ve ever seen.  Aside from a delta flight, I can’t say I’ve been to a toilet at such a high altitude.   We camped at “Cougar Rock” campgrounds.  The name was incredibly misleading as Curt and I found no older single women looking to prey upon younger men.  Maybe it just wasn’t hunting season.

These first few pictures were from a “rustic garden” on the way to the park.  It was too ridiculous not to stop and take pictures.  I’ll stop and let the pictures do the rest of the talking…  fun trip.  Highly recommend it to anyone looking for some beautiful scenery and good camping.

Sneaky Maytag....

Sneaky Maytag....

Paradise.  No really, thats this locations name.

Paradise. No really, that's this location's name.

Marmot  (I had to ask someone)

Marmot (I had to ask someone)

Curt (I had to ask someone)

Curt (I had to ask someone)

Curt

Curt

You can actually see the next photo entered in the Strobist Boot Camp contest for indoor architecture.
The most amazing toilet ever.

The most amazing toilet ever. Yes, those are the cascade mountains.

Star trail shot from the campground

Star trail shot from the campground

Dinner

Dinner

And here are just a couple of shots from my hotel room in Seattle two nights later.  It’s traffic from an MLS Soccer game getting out.
The soccer teams motorcade.

The soccer team's motorcade.


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