A 6,000 Foot View of Mt. Rainier (Fall+colors mountains trees ). Photo by PugetSoundPost
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A 6,000 Foot View of Mt. Rainier

Uploaded by: PugetSoundPost

Thursday October 11, 2012

Paradise, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A 6,000 foot high alpine meadow on the southeast side of Mt. Rainier, displaying its fall colors.

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1. trailhiker44
6:20 PM GMT on October 15, 2012
Terrific series !
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PugetSoundPost

My husband and I, along with our four kids in college and beyond live in western Washington, but we like to venture further afield when time permits. We have enjoyed photography wherever we have gone and hope to add a little new perspective to any who may stop by to enjoy a bit of our journeys. We appreciate your interest and comments! Weather is also a passion of mine, so please drop by my blog for my musings about our weather here in the Puget Sound region!

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