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Mt. Rainier Photograph - Stormy Day At Mt. Rainier by Kay Gilley

Stormy Day At Mt. Rainier is a photograph by Kay Gilley which was uploaded on October 6th, 2012.

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Thank you, Chris!

Beautiful mountianscape image Kay.......like this shot - chris (V)

It's a long drive all the way around the mountain and they don't have a food service.

Yes, I'm certain I would enjoy it. We got close to the Mt. Rainier park boarder then turned back because it was getting late in the day (our last day in the area). So I got a good look for a distance, but next time we go up that way we will plan to visit Rainier too.

Thank you, Heidi! It's beautiful and peaceful. I was only there one day, so that was as close as I got due to weather and visitor center/road closures, but I love this picture. You would enjoy it, since I know you like Olympic National Park.

Wow! Great close-up of the threatening weather at Mt. Rainier, Kay! I need to get to Mt. Rainier someday!

Thank you so much, Ana Maria!

Absolutely gorgeous photo, Kay. Love those mountains in distance. f,v

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