Chelan Valley Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by water as most of them are islands. It is all about fishing and tourism. On the way there are beautiful fields growing lots of food such as corn and pumpkins. It seems to be such a rich area.
Anacortes was filled with bikies. There were thousands. The main street and side streets were all blocked off and the bikes just lined the streets. We were going to stop and have a look but there were no spaces to park so we kept on driving. The guy at the motel ...
Leavenworth W.A. Sunday: Breakfast today was with the Bikies. Our hotel was full of Bikers from all over. Kaff found out they had an annual "Oyster Run" in Anacortes and about 20,000 bikers show up for it. So that's where we decided to head today. There was a bit of a driving route around that area. There are lots of small islands and waterways along the coast here, some are connected by bridges, others are connected by Ferries. Along the way we turned into a ...
... resort towns of Chelan and Manson along Lake Chelan, a narrow, very deep, 50-mile-long lake that slices into the Cascade Mountains. The drive along the lake was flanked by verdant vineyards, orchards, and boutique and estate wineries. Manson was host to hydroplane races which we watched from the pit area along the lake. They launched the boats using huge cranes, then raced in an oval course off the ...
... wagon," a far cry from the tourist-priced restaurants dotting the main street. It's a food truck, permanently parked at the laundromat, featuring some of the best Mexican street food I've had in a while.
I could get into the politics of immigration and migrant farm workers...but I'll stop with the observation for now and simply put tacos in my mouth hole.
... some varieties I hadn't seen before. Funny story, the SweeTango is a U of M hybrid between the Honeycrisp and Zestar. Enough already, Minnesota. I'm kidding: more, please. I picked up one of them, plus the Sunrise variety and another that started with a "G" (not Gala). Also a slightly bruised peach on clearance. I head up to the counter, where the clerk points to the SweeTango and tells me, "you're going to like this one best." Then ...