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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      A travel blog entry by weebles on Sep 01, 2013

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      Finally an 'easy' day. By easy I mean not sweating our own body weight snailing it up hills but cruising gracefully along quiet coastal roads through nature reserves in the sun. Still cycled forty miles though meet up with our new friend Richard who is touring from Seattle. We all camp together right by the beach and Ben and I even take a short dip before the sun goes down. We later name Richard 'Rich the saviour', as he adjusts my saddle to ...

      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 ...

      Day Forty Two-Riding For The Ferry Back To Canada

      A travel blog entry by timoverton on Nov 26, 2012

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      ... the bike from falling. I did so, and went to the upper deck feeling anxious. Then, I realized it was separation anxiety - this was the first time since San Francisco that we were apart. Leaving the United States, on Black Ball Ferry Line (not named by me), I sat outside at the stern and watched the cloud covered land get further and further away. Then I moved to the bow, to watch the approach into the inner harbour of sunny Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. One ...

      WATER PARK

      A travel blog entry by modbury-high on Dec 16, 2010

      4 comments, 18 photos

      ... MANY PARENTS HAVE TAKEN PHOTOS (THERE WOULD BE HUNDREDS OUT THERE), SO WE NEED TO MAKE PLANS AS TO HOW WE ALL GET ACCESS TO THEM.

      ALSO FOUND OUT THAT OUR TEAMS APPEARED IN THE LOCAL PAPER (SEE ATACHED PHOTOS AND APOLOGIES FOR THE QUALITY, BUT BELIEVE SEVERAL COPIES HAVE BEEN ATTAINED), AND IT WAS A SERIOUS WRITE UP. THE PICTURE ON THE FRONT PAGE SHOWS WADE AND A SMALL BIT OF MARK WHILST THE SECOND PICTURE SHOWS LAUREN AND LUSIA.

      BY THE WAY, SEVERAL OF THE KIDS GOT ...

      Seattle and the Puget Sound

      A travel blog entry by dianne.kennett on Apr 13, 2010

      14 photos

      ... walk around. We had a look in the shops and along the marina and then got the ferry back to Seattle. We had another look at the downtown shopping area which is quite hilly. There are lots of shops and eating places. Seattle is definitely a really nice city.

      Today we left Seattle and drove South to Tacoma. It was drizzling a bit. Tacoma is a city with 200 thousand residents. The only place that interested us was Point Defiance Park. We parked ...