Land's End

Packwood, Washington, 98361, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Packwood

Coastal Oregon

A travel blog entry by sightseers


We arrived in Astoria Friday night around 9pm. We found a camp site at Fort Stevens. Nice site. Set up was fast and then we kicked back with some cold bevy's and enjoyed some roasted hot dogs over the fire. It was misting out but fairly warm. We spent a good night and then got ...

Coastal Destination!

A travel blog entry by txherrins


... The Peter Iredale, a British Barque that shipwrecked in 1906, is visible at low tide. (During World War II the U.S. mainland saw live bombardment from Japanese submarines when live shells were fired at Ft. Stevens on June 20, 1942. Though the wrecked Peter Iredale was in the line of fire, no damage was done to it. The next day rolls of barbed wire were strung from Point ...


A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle


I've been googling a lot recently to get an idea of things to do in the towns we are visiting. Another quick check when we get up again for things to do in Astoria!

We’re only about an hour south. I want to go up there so we can say we followed the coast road all the way along the Oregon coast as well. The weather is beautiful today, lovely clear blue skies. We take several photos as we drive along.

A couple of ...

Day 13 - Mt Rainier National Park

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne


... with his toe - not his break but an in growing toenail that started when he was in cast. It is hard going near the top but the views are amazing. We can see glaciers, trees, mountains, rivers and flowers all around. Occasionally there is snow but we cross it OK. As we start to descend, for some reason the snow underfoot increases. The weather is glorious but the going is hard underfoot. There is no real option to turn ...

Day 12: on to Mt Rainier via Mt St Helens

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne


... and they follow Ethan when he takes it back to reception. Later on a Dad approaches us as we pack up Cluedo and nearly wrestles it off us. Despite my moaning, we have a good time and the kids decide we should have a weekly games night when we get home. I remain non- committal. One of the realities of a six week trip is that at some point you run out of clothes. That time has come. I have a plan to go to the launderette at the nearby ...