“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Paradise Inn, Washington

Clickable Map of Pierce County, Washington and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Pierce County, WA (108) King County, WA (179) Kitsap County, WA (23) Kittitas County, WA (12) Lewis County, WA (9) Mason County, WA (4) Thurston County, WA (21) Yakima County, WA (21)  PierceCounty(108) Pierce County (108)  KingCounty(179) King County (179)  KitsapCounty(23) Kitsap County (23)  KittitasCounty(12) Kittitas County (12)  LewisCounty(9) Lewis County (9)  MasonCounty(4) Mason County (4)  ThurstonCounty(21) Thurston County (21)  YakimaCounty(21) Yakima County (21)
Tacoma is the county seat for Pierce County
Paradise Inn is in Pierce County
      Pierce County (108)  
      King County (179)  
      Kitsap County (23)  
      Kittitas County (12)  
      Lewis County (9)  
      Mason County (4)  
      Thurston County (21)  
      Yakima County (21)  
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1 Washington, Pierce County, Paradise Inn — A Recovering ForestMount Rainier National Park
Does this forest look different than the forest on the other side of the river? Multiple mudflows have raced down Mount Rainier’s slopes snapping off trees like toothpicks. When the mud stopped flowing, it set like concrete over tree roots, . . . Map (db m70743) HM
2 Washington, Pierce County, Paradise Inn — Changing CourseMount Rainier National Park
Not long ago, the waters of Kautz Creek filled this creek bed. Today only a small stream flows here. Kautz Creek has moved. Along with record rainfall, early November 2006 brought debris flows to several areas of the park. Not far from here, . . . Map (db m70744) HM
3 Washington, Pierce County, Paradise Inn — Kautz Creek Nature TrailMount Rainier National Park
Along this short trail, discover clues to one of the most powerful geologic forces that has shaped Mount Rainier. Mudflows have thundered down this valley, topping trees, damaging bridges and leaving behind thick layers of mud and debris. . . . Map (db m70742)
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Sep. 30, 2023