The clouds Sunday were high but it was still overcast. Luckily it didn't rain at all. Since the clouds were high, the mountains in the east could be seen clearly. Saturday they were shrouded in cloud and mist. Both images above look east out of my dining room window. The top photo shows the nearby condominium complex. The shadow cast in the foreground is from my three storey apartment building. Looking through the tree in the lower photo you can see Mt. Baker in the distance. This mountain is a volcano, one of many in the Cascade Range. I'll let you know when it starts rumbling and smoking. In that case, we'll have a case of "shake and bake" but so far, aside from the odd rumble over the years, it's been "relatively" quite. Relative is the key word. Eventhough it's classed as a dormant volcano, that just means it hasn't erupted for a while. In geological terms two hundred years ago was just yesterday!