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. . . it’s important to keep wildlife “wild.”

View from the Lookout

It has been a while since I last posted anything. Life has been very busy, especially with the birth of my grand-daughter.

Over the past weekend I headed to Mount Rainier for a breakfast with other park volunteers. It had been nearly two months since I was last at the park. Arriving the drive reminded me of why this is such a special place. The road to Longmire and Paradise allowed the park to display its many faces. The deep green rain forest had a mist that dripped shards of light from the giant cedars. Light danced in the trees as the sun broke through the clouds at different turns. Snow was falling as one approached the Paradise area. One could not see the mountain on this day from Paradise as the clouds and snow created a blanket of thick mist.

One other aspect of the park is its wildlife. Sadly…

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Posted May 7, 2012 by kenneturner in Information

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