Land's End

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

The mighty Columbia River

A travel blog entry by nana-jan on Dec 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... drive - seems like a tank after the Mazda 2 but I am managing. Only terrified Rob and myself a couple of times so far. We have driven through some beautiful forested areas to get here and here there are beautiful waterways.

The B&B is great - all meals on bone China - I love it!!! It is a heritage listed house with US Historical Monuments. Needs a little work but the ...

Dams, Dams Everywhere

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 07, 2014

13 photos

... I remembered using one of those premoistened washcloths several days ago that I bought at the Dollar Tree. Hmm, not a good idea. So we were in the middle of the Washington State scablands, not even a rattlesnake would try to live here, and I needed to find an urgent care. Maybe we would pass one in our morning travels. We drove through areas that were simply pitiful...lone boulders, black in the blistering heat. Not a single animal ...

To the wilderness of Washington

A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 05, 2014

15 photos

... scenic we have made good time even at all the speed limits along the way and it took about four hours to get here.
We arrive at our cabin which is about 1/2 a mile from Main Street and down a little gravel road and once more Jackie seems to have picked excellently again it is a log cabin with three bedrooms a lovely little dining area a quite large seating area set over two floors and from the settee we have a fabulous view of the mountains the other side of town.
We ...

Mount Rainer

A travel blog entry by twogosouth on Jul 31, 2013

2 photos

... 350 cm of snow and rain each year and stopping most storms getting past. We are in an amazing campsite that is inside the national park and amongst the trees. This type of forest is called "subalpine" and only has three types of tree. They are called Douglas fir, western red cedar and western hemlock. All the trees are incredibly tall and almost entirely ...

Day 12: on to Mt Rainier via Mt St Helens

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 24, 2013

9 photos

... three hours in the car. The journey is uneventful but now the weather has warmed up, the lack of working air conditioning is tough. I wind the windows down and nostalgia floods in as I remember my first car...or should I say van. The air cooling ( it would be too posh to call it air conditioning) didn't work in that either, though it hardly mattered in rainswept Lancaster. We arrive at last at Paradise Inn in Mount Rainier National Park. Lets be ...