one hike a week circa 2010
Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia. It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Wikipedia
Today pup and I finished off our Thanksgiving week hiking streak on one of my favorite mountains by Snoqualmie Pass.
While waiting for mountain pass conditions to improve, yellow pup and I spent another day out east.
After seeing the late arrival of rain in the forecast, I figured we go for a walk in the city.
We left for Eastern Washington early this morning but didn’t get over Snoqualmie Pass before the snowfall.
In an effort to avoid the potentially dire Thanksgiving weather, I decided to move our pilgrimage to the peak ahead by two days.
Staying close to home and taking advantage of the rain after 4 PM forecast, pup and I set off to this oldie
Crystal Mountain Boulevard was clear of snow and ice despite low morning temperatures, no problem getting to the gated Gold Hill Road
Even east of the mountains couldn’t escape the rain. Mission-Naneum Ridges were still in clouds when we pulled into Wenatchee
Last I checked the weather forecast, nearly the entire Cascades was getting snow most of the day.
Hard to believe six years had already passed since our first visit on this mountain.
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