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The cliff faces at Smith Rock State Park are a wonderful mix of colors. I think they appear best in the early morning light.

aae.jpg Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.Mt. St. Helens in the distance from the Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.ThumbnailsHere is the rest of our group taking a lunch break in the B&B burn. In front is Jerimiah, Justin, and Andy.

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