Wednesday, December 04, 2013

T-Town Sites 10



Mount Rainier is visible from anywhere in Tacoma, assuming a tree or building isn't blocking your view. But the best place to see it, in my opinion, is across the flightline of McChord Field. With two miles of flat ground before the nearest tree line, you can see not only the mountain but a large swath of the Cascade Mountain Range. Rainier is a volcano about 60 miles away as the crow flies, and I hope it doesn't have any plans to blow its top any time soon.

4 comments:

Kristine Jorgensen said...

When did you take this?

Cap'n Bob said...

Shortly before I retired.

gene johnson said...

seen that view for over 40 years...3 years retired in jan... good luck bob...

Cap'n Bob said...

You, too, Gene. I love retirement.