All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

On June 23 the sky cleared and we had  breath-taking views of 14,410' <strong>Mt. Rainier</strong>. The wispy cirrus clouds were too high to be a problem. The small peak just visible on the left is <strong>Little Tahoma</strong>. It is hard to believe ...
On June 23 the sky cleared and we had breath-taking views of 14,410' Mt. Rainier. The wispy cirrus clouds were too high to be a problem. The small peak just visible on the left is Little Tahoma. It is hard to believe that this peaceful-looking mountain is actually a "sleeping giant", it is a dormant volcano that could awaken at any time. It is the largest of several volcanoes located in the Cascade mountain range, part of the Ring of Fire.

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