Today, at a 6 year old’s request, we went to Mt. Rainier. He wanted to see “the mountain above the clouds.” Unfortunately, it was mostly IN the clouds. But it was still beautiful. This is Emmons glacier, onto which a chunk of Little Tahoma peak fell in 1963, covering the glacier with insulating rock and thus slowing its melting considerably. Since 2003 it has been receding again.
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