Me, at the summit of Remmel Mountain. This summit represented my second-to-last Washington CoGPP, leaving only Mount Baker to complete that peakbagging list.
The summit USGS Benchmark Disk can be seen on the summit rock. A cairn had been built at the summit, as well.
Side-Story: I broke a hand/wrist bone on my way to this summit, and opted to continue rather than turn around. It might not have been the best decision, but at the time I thought I had only sprained my wrist. Plus, I was not certain when I would get my next opportunity to summit Remmel Mountain that year, especially with other set plans and if my wrist ended up being broken.
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