Lake Mayfield Marina Resort & RV Park
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So, enough with the beaches on the Washington coast, already. Ready to move on so we left Tuesday, and drove to southern mid-state Washington to Riffe/Mayfield/Mossyrock lakes where Tacoma Tower runs some of the classiest, well maintained parks we've ever seen. On the edge of the lake with good hiking and biking trails, but mainly a lot of space to chill. Loved it here.
Drove up to Mt. St. Helens to see some of Mother Nature's temper ...
... more than one hike or un where the grade so goes in both directions.
After the hike, we stopped in to the gift shop/museum briefly because the ranger talk was about to start. The ranger was a former teacher and a funny man so he gave a good talk. I then walked up the hill for another last view of the volcano. I liked the model inside with its various lights and some great postcards too!
... breaths trying to get this memory deep within me for forever. We drove to the Inn at Paradise and I took more pictures of the beautiful and abundant wildflowers and, of course, Mt. Ranier. The trail we were riding was one big loop and now it was descent time. Back into the massive forests. As we rode along, I studied the forest floor. Everything that had fallen into the shade was consumed by a thick coating of ...
That evening, we went and had dinner at a local watering hole called "The Lone Fir". It was steak night and man was I glad I was there for that day! That had to be one of the best steaks I have ever had. Nice size, tender, and damn tasty! Lots of folks were around and most of them were in our age range so no young whipper snappers to deal with! Everybody is really friendly and the whole place seems to know each other. It reminds me of ...
... named after David Johnston, the volcanologist who was on duty during the May 18, 1980 eruption. He was one of 57 people who lost their lives that day. His last words were calling into the command station in Vancouver saying, "Vancouver, Vancouver, This is it! This is it!"
The devastation from Mount St. Helen's actually came in 3 stages. Pressure had been building up under ...