posted on May, 30 2008 @ 06:02 AM
reply to post by jpvskyfreak
I am familiar with the parks and mountain passes of the Cascades in
Washington state and in particular GreenWater, Chinook and White pass. US 12-Randle to White pass takes you right by the "Three Sisters"; Mt
Rainier, Mt St. Helens and Mt Adams. I can tell you that I have been up close and personal with these mountains, mostly Mt. Rainier, and a few
glaciers more times then I can remember and every time feels like a life changing experience. The best way I think I can describe the feeling is to
say words cannot accurately describe it. Nothing like the experience of camping alone around any one of these giants.
After looking at your link I remember spending some time around the Trout lake area, kind of like on a walk about but in my truck, and upon looking it
up on Google Earth (Trout lake) I noticed some interesting photos that are linked from Google earth of Mt. Adams. The co-ordinates are; Google
Earth-Trout lake Washington, 45deg. 59' 25" N / 121deg. 31' 10"W.
Spending time in the Cascades I have seen a lot of interesting landscape and different critters. Although I have always been interested in the
paranormal I have never experienced any unexplained objects or creatures. The passes are starting to open up now from the winter snow fall and soon so
will the parks/campsites. I now feel the need to head up to Trout lake and have a look around for myself.