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Another factoid to relate:  We were here on this rock in the morning of 9/11/2001 and first heard of the Twin Towers attack when other hikers started arriving. Their tal tales of highjacking, etc were hard to believe, but they pointed to the sky to prove no planes were seen due to the emergency groundings of all flights. A hard reality to grasp when you are in such an otherwise peaceful place in the mountains.    A hike to Pinnacle Lake, Snohomish County, WA.    08/28/14
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Another factoid to relate: We were here on this rock in the morning of 9/11/2001 and first heard of the Twin Towers attack when other hikers started arriving. Their tall tales of highjacking, etc were hard to believe, but they pointed to the sky to prove no planes were seen due to the emergency groundings of all flights. A hard reality to grasp when you are in such an otherwise peaceful place in the mountains. A hike to Pinnacle Lake, Snohomish County, WA. 08/28/14

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"Another factoid to relate: We were here on this rock in the morning of 9/11/2001 and first heard of the Twin Towers attack when other hikers started arriving. Their tal tales of highjacking, etc were hard to believe, but they pointed to the sky to prove no planes were seen due to the emergency groundings of all flights. A hard reality to grasp when you are in such an otherwise peaceful place in the mountains. A hike to Pinnacle Lake, Snohomish County, WA. 08/28/14"