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Trip Photos from Mt.Baker

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  • Trip Photos from Mt.Baker

    Peter (myHappyPlace) and I made a quick trip to Mt. Baker (Artists Point) this morning. Its only about 40 mins drive from where we live (plus any border crossing times, which were 2 mins this morning, but almost 1 hour on the way back).
    Here are some of the pics that I managed to get.... it was nice and cool up there (about 60F) which is sooooo much more comfortable than the "heat wave" temps we've been having!
    If out-of-Washington-staters travel this way, this place is a must visit.

    Looking down the valley towards Mt. Baker Lake...

    Mt. Baker...

    The Cascade Range of mountains, in which Mt. Baker is situated (I believe)...

    Hmmmm, where did this puddle come from - its like a drought here right now!...

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  • #2
    Nice pics, thanks for posting


    • #3
      Great view!


      • #4
        Gorgeous ...!!!!!
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        • #5
          Thanks for the great pic reminder Mo. I haven't been up there in many years. And yes, Mt. Baker is in the Cascade Range. Along with Rainier and St. Helens in Washington.
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          • #6
            Yes, it is a very scenic drive and I can prove that we were there.

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