Abel House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 117 Fleet Street South, Montesano, Washington, 98563, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 117 Fleet Street South, Montesano, is near Friends Landing.
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    Visiting with Tim and Shandell.

    A travel blog entry by ccwalter on Oct 09, 2015

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    Our night at Mora campground was very very dark and quiet except for the rain off and on all night. This camp was really in a forest. Tall big trees. Huge redwood, sitka and spruce. From the map we know we are close to the ocean, just cannot see it for the forest.
    I cooked breakfast. Bacon, egg and toast. Rialto Beach was our first stop. Raining in sheets and kind of blowing now. but we didn't let that stop us. ...

    Looking for that Washington State CAA!

    A travel blog entry by majorme on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... 20 miles away for Sunday night.

    I drove 280 miles today, that is about the limit of what I want to do. Tomorrow will be another 250 mile day but it should be doable. Especially since it will be Sunday and the traffic should be minimal through the metropolitan areas.

    We are having a great adventure. Seeing so many things and hooking up with old friends. Life is good!

    We're doing it!!

    A travel blog entry by weebles on Aug 31, 2013

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    We thought we'd earned a bit of rest time so we had a leisurely morning at Lake Sylvia. Everything takes so long when you are camping, especially in a new place each day and we spend a lot of time unpacking and repacking everything which would be tedious if it wasn't interrupted by frequent grumpy outbursts from each of us which make the other one laugh. We are getting into routines which play to our strengths; my superior tent management skills ...

    Back into the lower 48

    A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe on Jul 30, 2013

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    After the ferry unloaded into the US and I cleared customs (easy peasy) I had breakfast at Albertsons. While I was getting ready to leave another biker came up and told me several things to try and see on the ride down the coast highway. I was able to see some of these things.
    Cloudy and foggy most of the time but the ride was good,

    Thanksforreading and commenting. May the Lord keep us all ...

    Day Forty-Two: Riding For The Ferry Back To Canada

    A travel blog entry by timoverton on Nov 26, 2012

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    ... Canadian Customs. After the Customs Agent determined that I am Canadian, his next question was about where I was riding from. When I told him Toronto he excitedly replied, "now that's impressive". Then he walked around, somewhat skeptical, to verify that I had Ontario plates. Then he asked, "any liquor, smokes or firearms". I replied, "no". Then gesturing with his arms, he said with a hearty, sincere, enthusiastic, "Welcome home"! I could not have felt ...