The Master Suite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the nice young ladies inside had highly recommended. Yum. John also got a vanilla malt which made his day. Thanks ladies...we enjoyed the food and enjoyed all of you also. You see, you never know until you ask! A note to Ev F. in Indian Beach, FL: Strangely enough, shortly after we talked to you this morning (and it was SO good to hear your voice), we were driving through a small town and to our right were a couple of metal art works that reminded us of the link you ...
... but didn't see much worth photographing as the day was a bit dreary.
We've had a lot of smoke in the air from the Washington, Idaho, and Oregon fires, but it appears to be clearing out now.
Hope you like the photos.
... or dreamed of a long cycling tour, backpacking trip, canoe or kayak adventure my advise is to do it. Don't wait for everything to be perfect, because it's the imperfections of the journey that most often leave the most wonderful memories in their wake. With that I'll be ending this blog to be replaced with another journey in the future, because this wandering Hobo/Hobbit/Ewok is already beginning to get ...
... talked to the campground host to find out more about the campground. She said that she and her husband have come to the campground for the last 5 summers and really enjoy the area. She said that the campground was were never full. We also met a local who was fishing and had caught 4 trout using worms and marshmallows. This was a very nice campground with decent sized ...
... snow, and the stopped at the Visitors center to get some information on the trails. the Hidden Lake nature trail was open to the overlook--about 1.5 miles one way. We filled up our water bottles, grabbed our hiking poles, and set off. the alpine meadow s blooming with spring/summer flowers. It was boardwalk for a bit, then you have to trek up the mountain, which was about 50% covered in snow. Appreciated my hiking pole! About halfway, the trail was impassable by the ...