Rooster Hill Short Stay Suites
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... At the site of the dam there are pictures both of its being built and the deconstruction of the dam. They also described what was being done to restore the old lake bed to an environment that will support the return of a stream that will support salmon and the restocking effort of the salmon fry.
Beyond the dam we followed the road up the mountain another 8 miles to the trail head. At the trail head was a dedicated spot for equestrian vehicle ...
... named Les was there to assist us with our luggage all the way through immigration and out to our waiting driver and his brand new Toyota Sienna. I have always been pleased with our immigration folks at SeaTac airport, and now I can add the Port of Seattle to my good memories. Thank You Seattle!
Thanks to a great community, friends, family and a wonderful police department, we came home and everything was pretty much as ...
... continued pretty well to Olympia. Nothing quite as nasty as heavy rain on I-5 for miles and miles. Once we got to the Olympic Peninsula, however, the rain eased and it was a more pleasant drive.
Another late arrival in Port Angeles. Stopped in Shelton for dinner a few hours ago. It’s just north of Olympia on the Peninsula, and it’s much bigger than we had thought as the name on ...
... me of Lake Tahoe. It is clear and has gorgeous blue and green hues. We saw a bald eagle dive into the water. Unfortunately, my camera was in the dry bag and I couldn’t get it open quick enough.
Next, we hiked 1 ½ miles to Marymere Falls. There is a neat, single log bridge you walk over on the way to the falls. A few college aged boys had gone around the railing to the falls. Brad and the girls decided they needed to ...
... than expected. No one is quite sure what is going to happen with the river water quality and soil composition, so it's being monitored closely. I was observing the monitoring today.
After the observations, I went up to Hurricane Ridge. Since the day was gorgeous -- clear and warm -- the view was fabulous!