|Standing by the Going Ape Sculpture|
The APE is found in the rugged, snow-capped Cascade Mountains, just a short drive from Seattle, where you can walk through the spooky 2-mile-long Tunnel of Light, find one of the oldest caches in Washington, and visit the APE tribute cache. Plus, we hear that Sasquatch and Fen Dweller have been sighted in the area - so watch out!
We only walked the tunnel and went on top. We did not make it all the way to the tribute cache. The Snoqualmie Tunnel is 2.3 miles long and we walked it to the end and back. It felt wonderful on a hot day. We did find the Fen Dweller in the tunnel. The tunnel was quite busy with bikes and hikers. This is totally the year of the rail trail.
|Hubby and I after walking one way through the tunnel|
|Boys on Top of Tunnel|
Spotting Ape to see how we found our tag.