Thursday, August 21, 2008

Home again . . .


Despite the rain on Monday, Katney and her hubby picked me up in Vancouver and we headed back north to Mount Rainier. I took lots of photos but left my photo "purse" in their car unknowingly so the disk I had full, I won't have for a few days. (They are graciously mailing it to me.) I did have this one on a second disk. It was taken Tuesday afternoon when we did see partial blue skies and a peek of THE MOUNTAIN taken from the Nisqually River bed. (Click on it to enlarge or you won't get even the small glimpse of the near the top of the mountain.)

12 comments:

dot said...

Fantastic view of the mountain!!

Love Bears All Things said...

Looks like a beautiful place. I'm looking forward to hearing more about your camping trip/
Mama Bear

Gramma L said...

I agree with Dot, that is a fantastic shot of the mountain. Looking forward to seeing more.
Welcome home!

Kerri said...

WOW! I love it! Can't wait to see more!

RuneE said...

That must have been some tour indeed. We lowlanders will just have to wait for you pictures.

Katney said...

Something told me you would post this one!

starnitesky said...

Great view of the mountain, I shall look forward to seeing more.

Malyss said...

Great shot of Mont Rainier (a french name?).Strange that there is absolutly no water in the river...
I let you a big comment on "the benches".
Glad to see you back
Mary

RuneE said...

Hello again! Thank you for all those nice comments - it is what keeps the camera and blog going!

PS If you have problems opening any of my pictures, can you please give me a word? They reside on a Unix-server belonging to my employer (University of Bergen) and they have just been the victims of a malicious attack that has created problems with black-listing.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Great shot can't wait to see the rest of your photos.
As for the kittie, i am not sure what we are doing with it, although Nevada has thought about naming him TOM TOM
I certainly don't need anymore. But he sure is cute, depends on what and how the others take to him or him to them , there pretty set in there ways being that there older cats now. One thing i hate is hearing of people dumping there animals or just leaving them.

ArneA said...

Climate changes or season variations in this river?
Nice to learn that you and Katney have social contact.

Cindi said...

I enlarged it and the shot was beautiful!