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We are mow in Washington State. Spending the night at a B&B in the middle of Orchards- Apples, peaches, pares, & grapes. Temp. tonight will be in the low 50's.
... it's nearly fall and most of the colorful things have passed on. We hiked for about an hour and a half. The trails are unique in that at every junction, there's a Satellite Photo of where the point is, apparently taken from a paid version of Google Earth. It's still possible to get lost, but one would have to give it a real go to do it. I'm guessing that so many folks called ...
... St. Helens. We had been there with Lisa and Rich in 2000. It's the side that shows the "blow out" pretty well, IF the sky is clear.
It had been raining off and on, but was decent weather when we arrived at Seaquest State Park. It's just a few miles before you reach Toutle. If you remember the history at all, a fellow named Harry Truman was a hold out and died when the mountain blew up.
Anyway, we got set up in a full-hookup area and ...
... where we met Lea for lunch. After that the gentle down continued until the pines ended, Mt Clemens suddenly appeared before us, and we hit the Naches River where SR 410 comes down from Chinook Pass. It was easy flat riding the rest of the way to Yakima where we ended for the day at Dave's office.
The excitement wasn't over, however. Somehow after ...
A long day on the road today...
It rained pretty much all night last night. Not a great sleep with the traffic from the highway, the rain on the roof and the furnace going on and off all night plus worrying we would run out of propane. Woke up early and eventually got up and went across to McD's to use their WiFi and get some coffee and breakfast.
Got the phone activated with no major problems. So we are now cellular. We even ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
The home sets in the middle of Orchard country. Apple, peach, & pear trees surround the farm house. The décor is country farm house. A bit cluttered but I LOVED IT. It just felt like staying at grandma's house. Nothing commercial about it. Breakfast was served in a gazebo covered with grapevines. People were working in the orchards. We picked & ate fresh fruit.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.