Land's End

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

Exploring the Explorers!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

Greg just felt like staying home today to watch the Nascar Race, so Zach and I took off exploring on our own.
Spur of the moment, I decided to make the 25 minute drive north to the Lewis and Clark Interprative Center and National Historic Park - we watched the film and walked around the museum - found it really ...

To the wilderness of Washington

A travel blog entry by happyhod

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... here.
The weather is glorious but we find it a little bit too hot after all it is about 75 degrees we watch a few episodes of Family Guy's and cry with laughter at the out ******* Michael Moore sketch we sit and nod on the settee and go to bed with a wonderful moonlight sky shining down on us.

Friday 6thJune

A bit of a lie in today I can't believe how tired I am feeling all of the time, we go into town and to Cruisers a local bar and restaurant ...

"FIFTY SHADES OF GREY"

A travel blog entry by jldavol

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... asked her if we could split it four ways! I’m not real sure he was kidding or not! Remember he has that nickname of “El Cheapo” that has carried over from our trip in Big Bend! Our cedar plank roasted salmon was five star. I can’t even remember what we had for dessert except it was not forgettable! The adult table of eight had a waiter who was having difficulty just getting the food on the table ...

Day 13 - Mt Rainier National Park

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne

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... 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

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... 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 ...