Beatrice Euphemie: The Architecture Of Mt. Rainier National Park
So beautiful and informative! I love mountain lodges and I have always wanted to stay at one. Have you visited Timberline Lodge? Paradise Inn reminds me it and I think it was built in the depression area as well. And no, they don’t build lodges the way they used to. I think it all should be preserved ~ the lodges, the scenery and the jobs too. Hope you are having a lovely day!

What a wonderful place love the mountains and all the buildings, seen the wood pile that’s the biggest one I have ever seen a cold, cold winter.
Love the story about the apples and the cows I will take your advise.
Merle . .

Oh Mrs. Karen, you look so adorable there: )
I am huge fan of log and stone cabin. these pictures are lovely as well.
My brothers have always wanted to climb Mt. Rainier but that always makes me a bit nervous! I have to say that my favorite building is the Inn! It has such a rustic and warm feeling to it! Thanks for the link to Jackson New Hampshire! I am always looking for places to take the beans and we love cabins coupled with nature!!! And you are so right about supporting our parks!

Absolutely stunning – it was like being right there. I love the buildings and the stories about them. And to think – you have such a lovely view of the mountain right from your home.
I really enjoyed the "trip" to New Hampshire – what a lovely town – and wonderful stories of your trips to the cabin as a child.
I love the new header – gorgeous photos.

Hello Karen
Incredibly beautiful log cabin – I ♥ to "walk" this beautiful trip. Wishing you and your a good Wednesday.
Hugs Hanne Bente ♥
Thank you for this beautiful tour! I love the mountains and rustic cabins. Your summers in NH are some great memories. I never knew cows liked apples – that was such a cute story!