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Travel Blogs from Ashford
... exited the Park and although we learned a lot about Mt. Rainier, we felt bad that we didn't actually see it. About half way home, we pulled over to change drivers and looked up and there was Mt. Rainier! Clouds were still below the summit, but the top of the mountain was peaking out of the clouds and made for a great picture! Now that's the way to end a day!!!
... d started the walk expecting to make it half way to the summit at the most. The walk down was much easier, and we channelled ‘The Sound of Music’ a little as we got to know each other.
We set up camp for the first time at the Packwood Campround, knowing that by the end of the trip it would take us half the time to put up our tents. We allocated cooking teams (I put myself in Team C with John and Rachel, all three ...
... to break the mold we were in impersonating last year's trip west. So we headed northwest past the cild rushing Columbia River, which was, as usual, producing electricity at some Depression-era-built hydroelectric dam. In Washington the stark scenery continued until we reached Kennewick and the "Tri-cities." This large metro area, unknown to me before today, is where Yellowstone's Snake River empties into Canada's Columbia River. The ...
... Then we stopped for lunch at a lake and the boys fished. After lunch, we headed out again, and we stopped at a truck stop along the way and got the bus washed. After a few more hours, we finally reached our campground! The campground had rodeo bulls and horses inside an electric fence right next door. At the campground, us kids played soccer, catch ...
... It’s an end-of-the-garden dish which substitutes potatoes for eggplant. I happened upon the recipe one day when I was home sick and happened to watch a cooking show. That was about twenty-five years ago. It still is a favorite of ours.
Dinner turned out great, I must say. It’s quiet here, in spite of the many campers. According to the Ranger, lots of folks wait until the kids return to school to get out ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed