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Criss-Crossing the Cascades from East Side to West Side with Dogs


Lu’s plumage, her long tail, wildflowers, and Mount Hood in the background.

Mount Hood morning.

Mount Jefferson and the Cascade crest accented with a slight fog.

Ponderosa pines along a ridge in Central Washington.

Marcos and Kirsten with the absolutely enormous Mount Rainier some 60 miles into the background.

Mount Baker with glaciers unfolding off its sides.

Approaching Mount Shuksan, which means “roaring mountain,” a name the Skagit people gave this mountain to describe the sounds of the sheets of glacial ice that come crashing down in the late summer and echo against the forest and mountain walls.

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