I could I forget Paharanagat NWR we spent a lot of time there
Mt St Helens East side one year after the eruption. I believe the flower is a hybrid between Penstemons frutious and rupicola.
I was not sure if the spelling and went to see the correct spelling and both plant were not there. Apparently, the lovely western plants have disappear as the gardens who grew them re all dead. What a shame?
I have been to several National
FParks in my lifetime. My first trip was in 1951/2. My college friends and I save enough money to take the four of us to Yellowstone National Parks the first summer of aftr our Freshman Year. We have a enjoyment trip.
We both brought Golden Age Certificates and used them. We been to the following parks: Rainer NP, Mt Helens, their one on the Olympic area, I don’t remember the name, Grand Coolee in Eastern Washington Crater Lake, Yosemite, One along the Pacific Coast, it wasn’t an national park at our visit I think it either a state or national park, both redwood parks. Of course Craters of the Moon There are a couple in Eastern California, there are some in Central Oregon. When I have more time I will look for the pictures