Chelan Valley Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... find the river walk. It was only a few blocks away. We walked to Blackbird Island and then on to Leavenworth Golf Course on Icicle Road near where we went for our bird walk. Then we walked back to where we started and continued our walk to the end of the trail at the other end of town. I was over 10,000 steps on my fit bit well before we finished the walk. All along the trail there were signs talking about the natural history, the Native ...
... spent a bit of time there learning about Heather, a retired wildlife biologist and artist. She had stuff for sale in the gift shop. We saw the last of the migrating warblers, yellow-rumped warblers. They are drabber this time of year when they are not in their breeding plumage. We hiked the grounds of the resort and also the adjoining property the Icicle Center for the Arts. Heather not only told us about the birds but about both properties. ...
So smoky due to the fires! We just wanted to get some air, finding the fresh stuff just south of the US/Canadian border.
We stopped at a fruit stand in Summerland to get gifts. Stopped at the border to give them all of our tomatoes and green onions. Stopped to convert the car's electronics back to miles from kilometers. Finally stopping at Leavenworth for the ...
From Glacier we drove across the Idaho northern panhandle (as they call it). Rt 2 took us through some spectacular scenery within the National Forest. There were also some amazingly long and steep grades (6%) to take the RV. The mountainous area was fairly devoid of trees in most places but the views were a feast for the eyes nonetheless.
We drove through a pretty recreation area around Sandpoint, WA and up the Pend O'Reille River to our KOA located ...
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park to be established. The founding day was March 1, 1872. The park is very large but there are very few roads within the park. The majority of people are funneled into popular areas such as Old Faithful and Mammoth Hot Spring. We quickly learned that we picked the wrong time of year to visit Yellowstone! Due to all the campgrounds being full we decided we had one day to see as much as possible. We attempted ...