Friday, August 30, 2013
Another HOT August Day In Texas With No Cooling Glaciers Available
That big white mass of white is what is known as a glacier. That particular glacier is one of many sliding down the slopes of the Mount Baker volcano, near my old home zone in Washington.
My favorite ex-sister-in-law has turned into a hiking maniac, something I really would never have envisioned her ever becoming back when she was my favorite sister-in-law.
Cindy has been going on some of the more grueling hikes I have ever been on. Like her hike last week to the Park Butte Lookout, which is the vantage point from which Cindy took the above photo.
I have blogged about Cindy's hiking exploits a couple times. Last Sunday in a blogging titled Hiking To The Park Butte Lookout With Cindy & Michele and today in a blogging titled More Mount Baker Hiking With Cindy, Michele, Ginny & Jeremy.
I wonder if he remembers the trauma he experienced that day. I will have to remember to ask the next time I talk to my favorite nephew Jeremy.
Clicking through locations on my computer based temperature monitoring device my location is once again the HOTTEST.
HOTTER than Phoenix.
With Western Washington shivering in the 70s. Which is to be expected, what with all those big cooling glaciers sliding down mountains....