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Aug 15-16 (Days 106-107) Sun Valley, ID We arrived in Sun Valley to spend two days in the famed resort and see our recently-transplanted neighbors, The Ryans. The Sun Valley Lodge was quite bad and got us off on the wrong foot. Rooms were bad, service worse, but it is the only show in town. We would recommend trying at to rent some time from …
... with and an enormous pile of sediment.
We continued to drive to the visitor centre, as we got closer you could the effects of the eruption in 1980. The National Monument was quite large and the last 30 km into the Visitor centre was very windy but it was worth the trip. The closer we got to the Mountain you could see that the whole side of the mountain was missing and debris which was strewn down the valley. ...
... I-5. It's all about making good time today. The road is parallel to the pretty Umpqua River, with its glass sheen looking so calm and serene. I see many a small boat sitting motionless in the middle of the river, its passengers looking equally static and peaceful. We pass by elk grazing in the grass at one of the reserves.
When we arrive back at Seaquest in the late afternoon, we're rewarded with a wallet still containing $25CAD and a premium ...
... to camping. Whereas she likes to start setting up camp the moment she arrives, I prefer the "let's crack open a beer and take a minute to inhale our surroundings" approach before getting down to work. We begin setting up camp immediately.
Right away, it's a challenge because our little angels, Chloe (3) and Kael (5), fail to realize that camping involves a fair bit of work. To make matters worse, even if ...
... WA after work. Seemed especially silly because there are hundreds of excellent trails within a few
I found this hike using the trails.com website - which until last week was a useful website. This week it is just another data collection service. But there is still a good free trail information website at http://www.wta.org/ . I had never hiked around Mount St Helen and neither Jim nor Larry ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed