She sponsors the meme and keeps track of all the participants.
I used an August picture of Pasqueflower for A here because it is also called Anenome. Here is Pasqueflower in late June. Check the difference.
We camp with the grandkids every summer for a few days. Sometimes there are four, sometimes eight; I'm hoping that this summer there might be eleven or even twelve of them. In 2006 we camped at Ipsut Creek on the far northwest corner of the Park. On our hike to Carbon Glacier, we were resting on the trail and this fellow joined us. He is a Pika, and though you sometimes see them scurrying through the rocky places, it was definitely a treat to have him stop to pose for my camera.
This National Historic Building is a delightful place to stay. It is our choice for our anniversary--either to stay or to eat in the wonderful restaurant. (Since we couldn't celebrate our 40th there last August because of the construction, we had to appease ourselves with a cruise to Alaska.) It will reopen this month.
And so ends the tour of Mount Rainier National Park's Ps for today.