Rose Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast

Address: 16161 N. Thorp Hwy, Thorp, Washington, 98926, United States | B&B
 
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      Wenatchee, Washington

      A travel blog entry by abridgetonowher on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... in this part of the state is much different than that of coastal Washington - I would describe it as more mountainous desert than I expected.

      There is a cute downtown area to be seen, and the hotel staff at the Coast was very friendly and interesting. If I were to return I would like to have the opportunity to eat at the ...

      Great friends, great food great wine

      A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Sep 20, 2014

      We arrived early afternoon it was a short drive. Randy greeted us with his usual good humor. Dee does not get off work until 5. He showed us around their place which is impressive. They have 20 acres which has its own pond, bee hives, 11 horses, 1 dog, 3 cats, large garden, large shop/garage, and great house. This is impressive and must take a lot of work. We had a wonderful prime rib ...

      Hello America

      A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... down the path. The road followed the side of the mountain is curving turns and rising and falling that at 40 mph was just a smooth roller coaster ride, and this went on for about 20 miles, and then it grew up and became a river and there were lots more people and the fun was over. From the end of Canada until about three hours later, I found where most of the apples, grapes, cherries, and peaches come this time of year. Canada ...

      Baker City, OR

      A travel blog entry by hansinduncan on Aug 14, 2014

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      Our day started with a visit to the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, located high on a hill just 6 miles from our campground. Very interesting displays showing the hardships faced by the thousands who made the long trek west to create a home and better life for themselves in the mid 1800's. We also took a short walk to a stamping mill where ore was crushed to extract gold. On the way back to town ...

      Sightseeing in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... too low and the sewage all backed up, the town was being scammed by its mayor for more than one term and corrupted by the local prostitutes by claiming that they were "seamstresses" to avoid being taxed and of coarse the city officials turned a blind eye to the creative booking for their own benefit. Can you imagine how one of their flyers for the advertisement of their services might read? I bet that the Madame's of ...