Boston Glacier shots

The marine push has arrived in the Puget Sound. A layer of stratus moved in off the ocean, knocking temperatures down nearly 15 degrees in a span of a couple hours overnight. It actually feels a little cool in Seattle under the overcast, but I am not complaining 🙂 With temps forecasted in the upper 70’s in the day and 50’s at night throughout the week, it should be quite comfortable. There may even be some rain by Sunday and even cooler temperatures…

I had a fun lunch with the other interns at work today – the Taco del Mar burrito was very good as usual! I also had a great workout at the gym today working back muscles.

Here are the close-up photographs of Boston Glacier from Mount Logan that I promised. You should check out the trip report if you haven’t already.

Boston Glacier is one of the largest glaciers in the North Cascades and the view of it’s sprawling ice sheet from the summit of Mount Logan is unparalleled. Check out some of these zoomed-in shots of the glacier:

Mount Buckner and Boston Glacier

The southeastern end of the immense Boston Glacier and Mount Buckner.

Middle part of Boston Glacier

The middle section of the Boston Glacier with Boston Peak the highest point.

Boston Glacier and Forbidden Peak

The northwestern end of the Boston Glacier and Forbidden Peak.

The entire Boston Glacier

A shot of the entire Boston Glacier.


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