Wordless Wednesday – Mt. Shasta in a strange place

When we were heading home from Oregon, we passed through a little town called “Weed”. I thought this was so cool, how the Mt. Shasta was just right there behind the gas station. If only we could all see that every time we went to fill up!
Mount Shasta

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  1. Beautiful view!! I love the great Northwest. Miss living in WA.


  2. Oh, it’s breathtaking! I used to live in Redmond (many years ago) and commute to Seattle by bus on the Floating Bridge and it was something to see Mt. Ranier and the Cascades every morning! I remember I visited a small Dutch-like town in Washington that also was at the bottom of the mountains, but I can’t recall the name. It’s a toss up between Oregon and Washington, they both have such beauty.

  3. Looks fake. It’s that pretty!

  4. WOW!!! AMAZING!!!

  5. I am originally from Oregon…I miss those mountains…or any mountains for that matter…I live in Nebraska now….mountains are just a memory to me….

  6. Yes, we have beautiful scenery here in Oregon. So glad you enjoyed it.

  7. What a fantastic photo of a beautiful mountain.

  8. Is it bad that the first thing I noticed was the gas prices? Ridiculous! LOL

    But yes, that’s a spectacular view. :)

  9. WOW. Awesome back drop. Also, I see gas is $3.23. WOW. Expensive.

    Happy WW!

  10. Cool picture – stunning view!

  11. Oh my goodness, look at that view! boy gas is expensive out there in OR.

  12. Yes, that view might take the bite out of the high price of gas.

  13. I would love to see Mt. Shasta…the legends that surround this beautiful piece of landscape just enthralls me…very nice photo~!!!

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