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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beginning to fall to the ground. Both lunch and the surroundings were lovely.
We met an American guy at Dog Lake that we got chatting to and he had the cutest little dog that he rescued a couple of weeks earlier. He was retired and travelling solo around America in a camper he recently purchased. He was telling us that he has a history of health problems so has cashed in everything and going on the trip of a lifetime, seeing everything he can, whilst he can. ...
... at miles and miles of logs and dried mud
for only so long before it seems cooler to be driving off to somewhere else. So we piled into the car and
drove three hours to the Johnston observatory. It is literally just 4 miles from the previous vantage point but over roads, it is roughly 135.06 miles away. It is a
nice observatory but then again you're still just looking at miles and miles
of dried mud from a different angle. The mountain was letting off ...
... into my wrong route and decided to check the GPS. I didn’t mind really, the lookout had a nice view.
Another 30 minutes and I was in Packwood’s Blue Spruce Tavern having a beer and a burger plus some tater tots. I am not sure that my review of the food would be unbiased given how hungry I was so I’ll just say dinner really hit the spot. There customers were mostly old timer locals and a couple of tourists from Florida. Not an easy place to find if you ...
You could see Mount Rainier from 150+ miles away, this 14,500ft tall active volcano was the only snow-capped peak for miles around. Our trip to the western side of the park was challenging, we got stuck in grid-lock Friday afternoon traffic for an hour, the road up was an absolute shocker and the camping turned out to be walk-in only which does not suit us at all. We found camping the first night just ...
... and very dramatic.
We carry on up the road and turn into an area called Horseshoe Cove where there is a boat launch it is very picturesque and we have our little picnic we carry on to White Pass where there is ski lifts a lodge and a shop it's quite snowy up here but not cold.
On we go to the town of Naches where the scenery has turned to dry and canyons,a drastic difference from 5 minutes ago the town is as always small and we stop at a store selling local produce ...