The Old Hen Bed & Breakfast

47150 SE 162nd Street, North Bend, Washington, 98045 , United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 47150 SE 162nd Street, North Bend, is near Mount Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest, Olallie State Park, and Mount Adams.
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    Meth Busters!

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... I didn't want to be stuck in the car all day should it rain. I also got some bedsheets to make curtains for Miley.

    When I arrived at the lake, there was a barricade and a sign saying the place was full for the day. I asked the nice lady whether there'd be camping the next night, if it's full today. She told me there were a couple of spots open tonight! It pays to ask, right?

    The campground is pretty huge - a few hundred spots. I drove around trying not to ...

    Mercedes S-Class Pullman to Cost Over $1 Million

    A travel blog entry by sassyunder275 on Jul 08, 14

    ... the chauffer from passengers. In fact, the four rear passenger seats will face each other. Other specific details still aren't known just yet, but there's no question the S-Class Pullman will come with just about every luxury feature you can imagine. Customers will more ...

    Home Stretch

    A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 30, 2014

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    Yes! I had a great seat on the way from Paris to Seattle! This is a good way to wrap up a three week journey which is ending in a 36 hour sprint to Seattle. Looking outside the window of the plane, I see the beautiful, snow topped Cascades waiting for us to hop over them and down into the Puget Sound area. It looks sunny from here, but I know better. I expect that at some point we will go down below cloud ...

    The Several Faces of Solar energy.

    A travel blog entry by actuallyle233 on Jan 09, 14

    ... direct exposure to the high summer season sunlight. Additionally, I saw a fascinating instance of a person planting deciduous plants on the south side of their home. In the winter season, the trees had no leaves therefore let in a bunch of light and heat. In the summer, their thick greenery offered color that continued our home cool.

    So that is the significant distinction between energetic and passive solar modern technologies. Given that ...

    Exploring Seattle

    A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Oct 08, 2013

    53 photos

    ... is quite amazing.

    Coming to the outside, the weather is starting to clear up – in fact, there are beautiful blue skies! We’re quite close to the Seattle wheel (every city seems to have one of these), so we agree to take the kids up on it. With the skies clearing up, we get some great photos of downtown Seattle and out across the Sound.

    We’d like to have a cruise on the Sound like we did ...