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- The mist shrouds the forest on a foggy day on the Glacier View Trail.
- The forest path fades into the distance on the Glacier View Trail.
- It looks like Chris is checking her watch. I bet she wants us to hurry up and get to the worksite!
- Here is a typical picture of the Glacier View Trail. Some sections of the trail are in much worse shape.
- Chris, Janel, Joe, and Ryan taking a lunch break on a knoll along the Glacier View Trail.
- Mt. Rainier viewed from a knob above the first sloping meadow along the Glacier View Trail.
- Gobbler's Knob as seen from a knob along the Glacier View Trail.
- Trail section on the Glacier View Trail that our work crew of five repaired. The Washington Trail Association organized this three day work party.
- A panoramic view of Mt. Rainier from the old fire lookout on the Glacier View Trail.
- Oval-leaved Blueberry (Latin name: Vaccinium Ovalifolium) loaded with almost ripe blueberries along the Glacier View Trail. This picture was taken in late August.
- Meadowflowers blooming in a damp meadow on the way to West Lake.
- A small lake on the way to West Lake is a good place to soak your feet.
- West Lake is a jewel of a lake nestled in the trees below Glacier View. The lake bottom has a moderate slope and it makes a great place for a summer swim in a cold lake.
- Ryan was kind enough to take a picture of us on the site of an old fire lookout at Glacier View.
- Our Washington Trails Association work party enjoying the sunset at Glacier View. From left to right, Joe, Steve, Janel, Chris, and Ryan.