Strawberry Mountain by Keith Hammer
Swan Rangers welcomed snow and colder temperatures the past week, ushering in skiing and preparing for Winter Solstice!
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In our lead photo Keith Hammer shows winter setting in on a peak locals named after an upside down strawberry, while . . .
. . . Nancy Cohn shows us Winter is indeed getting a grip on Glacier National Park!
It is hard to judge the enthusiasm of this Bald eagle for Winter from Ruth Quist's photo. What do you tlhink?
Keith Hammer and Pam found just enough snow in Krause Basin . . .
. . . to ski!
Norma Linsky shows that the warmer and wetter climes of King County, WA, produce bigger trees and smaller pleople! This tree is 800 years old and the largest in King County - and the kids are of course the cutest!
Keith Hammer provides our parting shots from a late-day ski . . .
. . . in the Swan Range and wishes everyone a Happy Winter Solstice!