Stone Creek Lodge
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... has the right attitude to life and the perfect little travelling buddy!
After two days driving around the parks, the one thing lacking was the amount of wildlife around so today we thought if the wildlife ain't coming to us then we are going to the wildlife, so we headed to Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. It was about an hour away and on route we stopped by a road side stream train park which was interesting. A bunch of old train carriages used ...
... 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 ...
... deer, faeries. There was much sighing. More sighing than gasping, actually, since the mountain was always in view.
That night I rigged some bungee cords and sweatshirts to make kind of a curtain around my bed. I also made a sweet night shade out of the sun shade for the front window, using carabiners to hook it to the panic handles above the doors. Dinner was half a can of chili and a cheese sandwich.
No screaming. Only the river and night birds.
... all the wildflowers on the roadside then go to fall creek with a fabulous waterfall which you can walk almost right up to and Jackie does this for photos.
We stop next at Narada falls and take photos of the large beautiful waterfall that flows down into the valley below it's been a lovely leisurely drive around the park and we go back to Packwood to spend our last afternoon and evening at our lovely cabin.we buy dinner which is chilli and rice for me and pizza for Jackie we ...