Somers Bay Log Cabin Lodging
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... very steep and slippery for the bike and wheelchair tires...AND THEN ... it turned to dirt and got narrower and filled with rocks and roots. At one point a small tree had fallen across the path blocking me, so, Bob got off his bike to lift it so I could lean over and go under it. Well, I leaned too far and took a spill...SPLAT! The wheelchair, bike and me all fell over on our side on the trail. Bob and I figured out how to get me up and eventually managed to do it. No one else ...
... was off work and we took a drive out to an old mining town and had lunch, hiked and went to a lake. The girls are very good at taking trips like this, as Bill and Genevieve taking them camping frequently. I was amazed how they walked on rocky paths and jumped into the cold lake! Iona may dress like a princess, but she is a tuff NW outside girl! Forgot to tell you that she wears nothing but long princess style gowns! Grandma Jeri gets most of ...
... raincoats so we could still get out at pull-over stops and see the sights. We stayed on our route and it was still beautiful. It did effect the quality of the pictures we could take because of the clouds. Within about an hour the rain stopped and got sunny again. We saw the Jackson Glacier which was beautiful. That's the only glacier we saw. There are about 25 left in the park but mostly in remote areas. There were 150 glaciers in 1850. They are predicting ...
... officials for not allowing jet skis on the lake.
One of the highlights of our stay was our 5 mile, round trip hike up to Avalanche Lake in the park. We kept climbing and climbing but was it ever worth it (photo below)
Speaking of taking one's breath away, the engineering marvel that bisects the ...
... a view of the tracks to park in and ate our lunch. We actually watched a I train go by as we ate. We are now all settled in at the Izaak Walton Inn at Essex. I know many of you have never heard of the Izaak Walton, so I'll explain. This is an old railroad hotel that was built right next to the tracks. It is now a popular destination for rail-fans all,over the world. So anyway, as I write this I'm sitting in the porch swing looking out at ...