Chelan Valley Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Sears. It was actually quite a boring day compared to the days that we have had.
Today, we were back on the road and headed to Anacortes. The reason we headed there was because our hotel was full of bikies and they were going there. They had the Annual Oyster Run on, and there were thousands of bikies around.
We stopped at La Conner first and it was a really cute town. Full of small shops lining the street along the water. All these little towns ...
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 ...
... along the Columbia and Methow Rivers the charred landscape changed into dry grass hillsides, log ranch homes, cattle, horses and tumbleweeds. We arrived at our camp at Beebe Bridge Park along the Columbia River on a sunny afternoon. It was a great park with very large sites for only $15 per night. What a deal! And the walking trails along the Columbia River near camp were beautiful. For the next two days we ...
... with the name reflecting the parents, I like to speculate. Gravenstein = gravel + Frankenstein??
I'd also like to highlight a corollary benefit while visiting Apple Country: tacos. Apples are picked by hand and the reality of larger-scale orchards today means migrant farm workers, mostly from Mexico originally. The town of Chelan hosts ...
... my "G" apple to inform me, "um, you're not going to like this one, it's more of a baking apple." It smelled pretty darn sweet and delicious. Me: "So you're telling me it's tart? I think I can handle it." Tip to people I haven't met yet: do not tell me what I will or will not like.
Besides the obvious taste and shelf-life advantages and that apples hold over all other fruit, one of the greatest things is the variety. Sweet, ...