Montgomery House B&B

180 S. 1ST, Kalama, Washington, 98625, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 180 S. 1ST, Kalama.
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Travel Blogs from Kalama

San Francisco to Portland

A travel blog entry by munnsabroad on Aug 21, 2014

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The route: San Francisco, Napa Valley, Humbolt State Forest, Fort Bragg, Eureka, Grants Pass, Jacksonville, Eugene, Portland. Great sights, fun driving, the top goes back up when it's over 95 degrees, hospitable people. Portland is great, they've got a slogan...keep it weird. Airbnb..real ...

Day 29 MT ST Helens National Monument

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 18, 2014

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... zero clouds, so we got a great picture of the mountain. We had a chance to talk to a ranger at the observatory who added so much information about Mt. St. Helens and all the other mountains in the area. Again, geology overload! I've added a few captions to some of the pictures to help with details. This is a trip we are so glad we stumbled on. It should definitely be advertised more. It will be one of our more memorable ...


A travel blog entry by rvmollynme on Jun 25, 2014

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... surprised when I went to see it. It is beautiful! The couple that own it are holding it for me until my check arrives.

"The Pink Lady" my old '88 Tiffin Allegro 24 ft. class A motor home that I've been living temporarily is now on consignment at a nearby RV lot waiting for the perfect person who will appreciate her uniqueness. ...

Weekly Mash #5 - The Northwest

A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Jun 04, 2014

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... ventured into Angelas, a relatively new vineyard in the region for a tasting experience. As is typical of this viticultural region, the Pinots, Rieslings, C******nays and bubbles dominate the available varietals. We sampled some of the product at no cost as young Jim advised us both that being in the industry we were not required to lay down any folding. The highlight was a 2012 Pinot with a bouquet that I could only liken to a bunch of roses fresh from the Chelsea flower show. At ...


A travel blog entry by rvmollynme on Mar 17, 2014

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... I really love cozy!

Over the past few months, I'd gone from wanting a small class A to wanting a Class C, 24'-26 with one slide. Just a few days ago I changed my mind and have just decided on a new plan...

The know the way I want to travel is to be free--to just pick up and go whenever I want, wherever I want. I like to meander here and there, 'boon docking' or staying at RV parks ...