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... founded in the 14th Century. It could be reached only by climbing a long ladder which could be drawn up if the monks felt threatened . I have to wonder if the story of Rapunzel took some of its inspiration from these tower cliff dwellings as high as 1,225 feet in the air. This is where a picture is definitely worth a thousand words. I will include several pictures. We visited 2 monasteries. No doubt all were built to get as close to heaven as possible, as well as to be ...
... towering redwoods along a babbling brook. After returning from our hike we filled our water bottles and started our long trek up Mt. Constitution. Charlie and Kevin quickly surrendered to the incline and told me they would meet me on my descent. I made some on the fly tuneups to my rear derailleur and continued up. I climbed as fast as I could in order to try and make it back in time so we could reach the harbor to leave for Anacordes at 10:50 that night. The climbing ...
... took the first ferry out to visit the other islands. A bicycle tourist gave his advice and we ended up deciding to visit Orcas Island. It was almost dark upon touching land, and we had roughly 14 miles to travel up treacherous terrain. We arrived to our campsite and had camp setup post midnight. Most of our biking was done in the dark so I was unable to get many ...
... recognized as the city's founders and pioneer businessmen. A post office was established in November 1877 with Clothier appointed postmaster. The city was named after Mount Vernon, the plantation estate and resting place of George Washington. The two men laid out the city's first plan while the area was still heavily timbered.
Mount Vernon's first industry was logging; camps were set up to log the townsite. The community ...
... see the Othello Tunnels. These engineering marvels are tunnels that are built through the walls of the Coquihalla Canyon. Lyndsey is not happy about this stop she doesn't like the idea of walking through huge dark tunnels. The tunnels have long been abandoned by the trains and are now walking paths,
We arrive at the ...
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