Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Jan and Ed and the two of us toured the Boeing Museum of Flight at Boeing Field. Lots and lots of airplanes!! Oldest and the newest. The 1950s Air Force One for Kennedy, Nixon era was darn small. The bed was a hanging cot! Can't imagine a president sleeping in it. The Concord had a small interior, nothing luxurious about it only built for speed. Which I guess was its down fall breaking the sound barrier and making too much noise. The space exhibits ...
... head in a towel and she was none the wiser. Coolest part of the lakes that we weren't able to enjoy were the multiple campgrounds only reachable by kayak or canoe. Personal motorized watercraft are prohibited so it was a gorgeous experience. We want to go back and spend a week marine camping and hiking, we barely scratched the surface in this park.
Day 4: Wednesday: Wells Gray to Jasper. We saw a LOT this day as we were making tracks: On the road out of Wells Gray we ...
... renting our SUV (a burnt orange Hyundai Santa Fe that would look great if it had a maroon pinstripe), we hit the road for Duvall.
Duvall is a great little town about 45 minutes east of Seattle. It has it's own Main Street that has a lot of restaurants, antique stores and markets. Most of the buildings were built in the early 1920's. They have a Safeway, but no Wal Mart. I think they are proud of ...
... I think I zoned out for a lot of the fun facts.
After the cruise, I was reaaaalllly hungry, so I wandered around in search of food that would be in the general direction of my next destination: the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). I wandered around for probably a good 20-30 minutes before deciding that I didn't even care any more (or my stomach didn't) and that I would eat at the next place I saw. The next place I saw was a place called Vespolina. Unfortunately, I could not find ...
... view came to distract me from the trail getting quickly steeper and steeper. Finally after a good long while we made it up to the top of Wallace falls. There were stop offs to see different parts of the falls along the way. The middle falls was probably the best view. It was crazy how many older people we saw on the trail, but it did look like they've been hiking this mountain for years. We also passed a ton of pups heading up and down. Some looked like they wished they were on ...