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- Kevin at the junction for Mazama Ridge. Breaking trail from here was tiring through the heavy, wet snow.
- Snow, ice, and wind was too much for this tree which snapped in two. The top augered into the snow.
- Here is the entrance to my completed igloo. The entrance has one blue tarp and the raised sleeping area has another. I made a cubby hole on the left in the entrance to store gear.
- The completed igloo stands ready for the storm. It will be quiet and cozy for me.
- Kevin standing beside his tent after he took some of my snow blocks.
- Kevin cuts out a foot well so he can sit in his tent and take his boots off.
- Mt. Rainier rises majestically above everything early in the morning.
- I cut a couple of windows in the igloo the next morning so we could cook while sitting inside.
- I always like the patterns the blocks make. You have to look a bit to see the spiral pattern of the blocks.
- A fox came by camp in the morning but didn't stay long. There was enough crust on the snow that the fox just walked right on top.
- Send in the clouds!
- Pinnacle Peak in the Tatoosh Range looks like a matterhorn. What a view from our camp!
- Looking down towards Reflection Lakes shows a creeping mist on the valley floor. Nice to be on the ridge.
- I've got everything out of the igloo, ready for destruction.
- Kevin's water hose froze up during the night. I thawed it out for him while he was packing up.