For the past week or so I’ve been sharing with you the beauty of Olympic National Park, perhaps my favorite of them all. But a short visit to Paradise yesterday to see the wildflowers in bloom on Mt. Rainier left me breathless.
And how we ever missed this sweet hike to Myrtle Falls I’ll never know; an easy trail behind Paradise Inn, one mile round trip to one of the most beautiful views in the park.
I’m so happy to have this Mountain in my backyard. And happy there are still trails waiting to be discovered.
Thank you! I was overwhelmed by the beauty! It never gets old!
“Heavenly” barely does this justice. Such beautiful shots, what a gorgeous place!
Thanks so much! That’s why they call it Paradise. 😊
I have to drive over 400 miles to see anything close to this, so you are indeed blessed.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete. I am indeed blessed! 😊
No matter how much we are struggling through this #quarantinelife, nature still inspires!
Yes! There’s nothing like being in the great outdoors to lift your spirits! 🙂
Wow! I want to go there!
Come on up! Paradise awaits you!
We could take our camper, but I don’t know when we can take that much time off work. Sigh. It is definitely on my list.
Fortunately it’s not going anywhere. It will be there for you whenever you can make it! 😊
Wow, that is absolutely stunning!!
Thank you! Mt Rainier is a special place! 😊
It looks amazing and right up my alley. So I hope I get to go there myself one day. In the mean time, I’ll enjoy your blog posts and photos! 🙂
Thank you! I’m lucky to have this beautiful mountain practically in my backyard!
Your photos left me speechless! I still say you could make a fortune by making them into jigsaw puzzles😋👍
Aw thanks so much. But most of the credit has to go to the Mountain! 😊
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