Hey There! This week I have decided to add pictures of waterfalls to my gallery. I figured since Spring is right around the corner, maybe my pictures could help inspire your next trip. Springtime is one of the best times to go to waterfalls. Today's uploads are from a waterfall that I used to live near, Little Mashel Falls. This trail is usually covered in mud and was not well marked. Some people opt to park by a trespassing sign and get their vehicles broken into or stolen; even towed away when the railway company has had enough. You should park in one of the town parking lots that are provided for the trails. And never keep items in view. And be safe, people have died here. Be aware, Washington State has a homeless crisis that they are not solving. People go from living in the cities for the cold months, then move to the forests in the warm months. Eatonville is a small town, with independent businesses, don't forget to tour them. John Cena's tv series, Grit, was film in these woods. The nearby lake, used to be a town. They flooded it for hydro-power. There are still remains below the water and it's very sooty water. The town offers a great view of Mount Rainier, you'll want to save some battery power for that. Stay tuned-in for tomorrow's waterfall. Have a great night!