Mt. Baker Lodging

Address: 7463 Mt. Baker Highway, Maple Falls, Washington, 98244-5177, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 7463 Mt. Baker Highway, Maple Falls, is near Mount Baker Scenic Byway and Mount Baker Wilderness.
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Travel Blogs from Maple Falls

Passport race

A travel blog entry by lspanier on Jul 06, 2015

2 comments

... A great day to walk and see the sights. Back to Chilliwack and a tasty dinner with Uncle Bob...at a restaurant with surprisingly authentic Mexican dishes, even if the room itself lacked ambiance. Then rounded out the night on Karen and Bob's deck where the sun shone a red hue ( distant fires making for a smokey sky) and the unexpected dance of numerous hummingbirds above. A relaxing night had by ...

Safely arrived

A travel blog entry by robin.carr on Apr 19, 2015

13 photos

The fact I have not slept since yesterday doesn't dull the excitement of flying over the Rockies. The land is agricultural surrounded by these amazing mountains I have arrived at the beginning of the hockey season,Calgary are caning Vancouver! This is not only the breadbasket for Vancouver but also grows most of its wine. The driver who delivered me to my ...

Settling In Concrete

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... went on for miles and miles and when we thought that it had finished it came back over the mountain.

We came to a town called Carlton and there was a detour and you couldn't go down the main street. We were diverted to another road and didn't get back on to the original road until we hit Twisp. It turns out that they had a big landslide in August and the road was closed due to mud slides. The slides were caused by the denuded burnt land being deluged with ...

Church, lake fragrance and T-bone steak!

A travel blog entry by oostfrank on Apr 21, 2013

Dear Lazy Sunday,

I wish we met today, but unfortunately we didn't. Will we meet next Sunday? Perhaps you can bring some cookies and funny stories with you.

Miss you.

Frank

Today was no lazy Sunday at all. I woke up around 8.30, ate some breakfast and found out Tom wasn't around. He was at church already and Kellie asked if I wanted to join her and I said yes! What? Me to church? What's going on? Yes, I thought ...

In the cool in Bellingham Washington

A travel blog entry by davidpostravels on Aug 13, 2012

2 comments, 29 photos

Bellingham is a very cool place and not just weather-wise although the high today reached only 71 degrees and the low tonight is predicted to dip down to 57. It's a hip old town with sprawling old and new suburbs just like most desirable overgrown US cities only here in Bellingham it never feels crowded. They must have a rush hour somewhere around here but I have yet to get tangled up in it although there are an over abundance ...