The Inn At Crippen Creek Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and keeps the headaches away.
As planned, we packed up, left our belongings in the motel room, and walked to the bus stop. Twenty minutes later we were at the address that Google had told us was the place for Vagabond Vans. Only, we got there, no vans, no sign.
We went into a building and asked the only occupant, a lady behind a double screen computer, whether this was the right address.
She was a bit evasive, ...
... the mountain changed shape. The volcano has erupted to a lesser degree several times since, the last time in 2008.
Set off down the mountain, with views of Mt Adams and Mt Rainier in the distance. Then found a camp in Lewis-Clark State Forest, although neither Lewis nor Clark had been there. Nice camp in the trees, and very chatty camp hosts who brought beers to apologise for using a noisy leaf blower after we settled ...
... split up into two smaller groups to explore more territory. Clark takes one down the Yellowstone, while Lewis heads for the shortcut to the Great Falls and then follows the Marias river to the far reaches of the Louisiana Territory.
August 12th - they are all reunited and two days later they arrive back at the Mandan villages.
September - they speed home on the Missouri, covering up to 70 miles a ...
... stop in again on my way back.
Pic 7 - Jesse's Home: My friend Jesse's place. Out in the boonies where it is nice and quiet. He has an RV out back where I decided to spend the night. Very comfortable accommodations!
Pic 8 - The Barn: The infamous barn with old snake oil advertising for "Weak Women". Anybody know any weak women? LOL This barn is actually listed as a road side attraction in my iPhone app RoadTrippers! It is right across the ...
... packed with stuff. I started out the day in Portland at Powell's books. I was there early enough to have some peace searching for items. I left before the crowd picked up and managed to walk away having spent only $40, a modest sum for me. I wasn't sure what else to do in Portland (I'm sure I missed a lot) and I hate city driving so I made for the coast on ...
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