TODAY THE CLOUDS ARE AT GROUND LEVEL. It looks like fog but is rain. A lot of it. All day. This is why we have an over abundance of moss growth this year.

We picked up mom this morning and took a trip to see the spectacle of Snoqualmie Falls, east of Seattle. There has been quite a bit of rain and warming temperatures the past few days in the Cascades, so that means some snow melt and rising rivers. The Snoqualmie River is very near flood stage and the falls runneth over (couldn’t help myself). The river falls 270 ft. before continuing north to join with the Skykomish River near Monroe. Today it was quite a sight. So much water is moving over the fall it creates its own wind.