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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... going to go
anywhere. Maryhill and the little towns roll up the sidewalks at 7pm.
Except Goldendale. One of the reasons to stay at the Maryhill
Campground is that Goldendale State park is 10 miles up the road. It is
home to a public sky observatory. For the cost of a State park Pass,
people get a great lecture from an enthusiastic and engaging park
employee and time to look at the planets and stars through their big
telescope. As I mentioned that ...
... Mount Rainier National Park is amazing. And we never even saw Mount Rainier due to the clouds and fog. It is so rugged and so intimidating. The evergreen trees loomed above us as the rain poured down, and everything was in a dim haze for the entire day. We were in awe of how lush everything was, covered in thick layers of moss, some of it hanging down from the trees in long strings of pale green (my favorite).
First we drove to Sunrise in ...
On the fourth day of our trek, we came across a road which led to a small town called Trout Lake. We had heard about its famous huckleberry milkshakes and couldn't resist a stop. We hitched into town in the back of a truck and along with the milkshake, took down burgers, fries, huckleberry pie, huckleberry icecream and coffee. It was other-worldly, an amazing change from dehydrated potato and porridge.
Our last ...
... root and falling face first to the ground, I noticed that there was a big hard rock that was going to stop my head from hitting the soft ground that was rapidly approaching. At the last split second, I was able to spin onto my side and have my pack cushion the fall.
I laid there for a few seconds taking a mental inventory of my bones, joints and teeth. The fall hurt but no blood and nothing an ice pack wouldn’t fix when I got home.I rolled off of my pack and stood ...
Sunday 8th June
Got up and had breakfast in the cabin with glorious weather outside once more set off up to Mount Rainier National Park and just inside the Stevens Canyon entrance we go to the Grove of the Patriarchs parking lot and went on the 1.5 mile round trip trail which is fantastic and meanders through Spruce Cedar and Douglas Fir trees the fallen trees and the evolution of the forest is fascinating.A little further on we come to a ...