My Tuesday Trekkers group hiked the Coal Mines Trail in June 2014. Since I wrote Hiking Washington’s History, the trail has become much more shaded by the growth of trees and brush on both sides. Mining sites are harder to identify in the first two-thirds of the trail, but heaping slag piles still rise above mine sites and Crystal Creek flows coolly along the walk. Roslyn’s coal mining history is not forgotten by residents but seems less prominent. The Northwest Improvement Company store building will reopen soon with new businesses. The spire of the Catholic church soars above the town on the hillside, and the Roslyn cemeteries grow, including a memorial for Tom Cravens, native son who died fighting the Thirty-Mile Fire.