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If you have followed my ABC's, you are probably expecting to see some Mt. Rainier wildflowers which start with I.
I am at a loss for flowers this week, and I won't go putting the iris from the garden in my Mt. Rainier theme here on ABC just because it starts with I. Instead, I will feature some views from a winter hike on Naches Loop. Actually, it wasn't winter yet, but the beginning of November when we saw these Icicles on the east side of Naches Peak.
When we got to this part of the trail, we wished we had either started on this side when the sun was still on it, or taken along our snowshoes to use the cleats on the icy trail.
And now, back to the summer, for a peak at an impromptu shelter we rigged up while camping with the grandkids. We were a couple of kids short on tent space last year, so this served well for the more adventurous of the crew. Camping with the grandkids is one of the favorite events of the year for all involved. It is a special time for the cousins. And one grandson told a cousin, "Grandma and Grandpa are expert campers."