The highest part of Mt. Rainier accessible to cars is Sunrise Point. It was damp and lonely there. On a fine day it’s a majestic view, which I’ve now accepted that I have missed. On a gloomy day, well…it’s a sea of rain clouds.
In the last picture, I was looking over the edge of the cliff at 6400 feet above sea level. I was trying to find the top of the world when I realized that I was standing right on it.
"The Juno review team’s hangover cure of choice is celebrated on this release from Innerground Records which pairs label boss and all round Brazilian drum and bass legend Marky once more with his Japanese counterpart Makoto. Not that we suggest you slip the needle on “Bloody Mary” when you are suffering from a heavy night however, it’s rolling rhythms, heavy basslines and unmistakable talent for infectious keys are far more appropriate for the times that cause the hangover! On the flip TI demonstrates further why he’s being tipped as a rising talent with the bouncy little half step business of “2nd Chance”!"