Granite Hills Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... rose over the top of the mountain and the crowds exploded! Chloe was seriously frozen solid so we took time out to defrost in the café with a hot chocolate and peanut butter chocolate bar. Everyone regrouped and we braved the crowds for a couple more runs and then left by 2pm to escape the mass exodus and avoid the traffic chaos back to Seattle.
Another amazing experience to add to our Aitken Adventure list!
Next bring on some sunshine in California.......
... organization, responsibility, a huge amount of mental encouragement, and has a secretive hilarious inside that she doesn’t always let show because of her extreme beauty and conservative nature-she’s a true lady and I imagine her blushing as she reads this. Although I didn’t tell anyone except Broeck this, I thought of her as my crew captain. I was relieved when my official crew arrived to meet me at mile 48 and Broeck ...
... at a cabin Ashley had booked for us. Ashley (like a saint) was driving all 4 kids to Leavenworth after their day in Seattle. When we got to Leavenworth, I was delighted to see just how Bavarian they had made the town to attract more tourists who might need more than nature’s bounty to motivate them to spend a few days in this area east of Seattle. There are lederhosen-wearing musicians in the town square at all hours of the day ...
... He bandaged it up and strongly recommended that I not do any walking today to give the foot a break for the fnal stretch tomorrow. Maria insisted that since we were walking as a team she would cover the day's stretch on her own - she said, "Dad, I want to do this for you and the dear people you serve". That response from the heart moved this dad to tears of joy.
Having walked the 27 mile ...
... his first camping trip in the US and that it was one of his favourite possessions but that he wanted me to have it to protect myself during my trip, I took the knife given that I didn't really know what to do! However, I realised the best thing was then to ask him to accept it back as a gift from me. After a few more picures I adorned my bicycle and set off.
What am I doing was the thought that went through my head all day. The mind is ...