Mt Rainier heritage


Sometimes you forget how spoiled you are to live in this part of the country

Truth be known, if I climb to the top of hill behind my home, I can see the dome of Mt Rainier towering over the Cascades My family has had this fascination to this mountain before I was born Maybe its because of our flatlander midwest heritage or maybe its just the beauty that draws us in My mom & her family visiting Mt Rainier in 1949 My Grandma Stocker and her brother Art & sister Frieda visiting Mt Rainier in the 1930s

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3 thoughts on “Mt Rainier heritage

  1. Sylvia Streufert on said:

    is the purple plant lavender?

  2. Such beautiful photos!!! Lupines are so amazing. We are lucky enough to have beautiful Lupines up north for one month of the year here. We took some beautiful photos there for the short time they appeared.

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