Twice in the past week I've visited this old red Dutch-style barn on the Enumclaw Plateau, and both times, Mount Rainier has been shrouded behind the clouds. On Friday the "clamshell" was visible on the horizon. It's what the locals call the craggy set of foothills that appear to cradle Mount Rainier as it rises out of the hills to its full 14,410-foot height. The shape of the barn is very similar to the shape of the mountain, and it's frustrating that the mountain is hiding behind the clouds. Next time the weather clears, another trip to the plateau will be in order, and I'll post more photos.

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