Rog's Retreat at Stockhouse Farm

Address: 62 W. Birnie Slough Road, Cathlamet, Washington, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 62 W. Birnie Slough Road, Cathlamet, is near Puget Island, Julie Butler Hansen National Wildlife Refuge, and Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge.
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    Travel Blogs from Cathlamet

    Fort Stevens

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 12, 2014

    16 photos

    ... gave us a quick rundown of some of his favorite things in the park. I wanted to get started early so we would have plenty of time to explore, unfortunately I forgot my wallet and did not realize it until we had biked all the way to the Historic Area. After quickly biking to the site and back, we were ready to start our historic tour. Fort Stevens guarded the mouth of the Columbia River from the Civil War through WWII. When the military left after ...

    Fishland, here we are...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Aug 23, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... for lunch. Most folks were happy with how it was.

    On our return to camp, the fishers went about filleting and wrapping the fish to prepare for vacuum packing and freezing. Some of it will be coming our way and you may be lucky enough to sample it. Only time will tell...

    For dinner we had two different shrimp entrees, more fresh green beans and a green salad. A very nice fare...

    On Saturday morning, Lynn, ...

    Itinerary for Alaska on the Coral

    A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Jun 18, 2014

    ... is Madison*, a woman I’ve heard MANY horror stories about. I
    can honestly say, if circumstances were different, I would not have felt forced
    to agree to this contract. However, life happens in the most peculiar,
    sometimes most unpleasant ways, and all you can do is be dragged around in all
    kinds of directions before a clear path is visible.

    Don’t get me ...

    Hello, hello Seaside

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Mar 09, 2014

    2 photos

    ... normal to say hello to people as you pass on the street and get a friendly reaction, but he, largish, mid 20s perhaps, didn't miss a beat nor slow down, but managed to get out a deep and resonant "how're you folks doing today?" Brilliant. "devote themselves to the avoidance of every opinion with which they were not perfectly familiar, and regard their own brains as a sort of sanctuary, to which if an opinion had infer resorted, none other was to attack ...

    Lewis and Clark National Park

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 06, 2013

    10 photos

    ... for the expedition, and York, the black slave of William Clark- very democratic.

    Another interesting story was that the Indians traded dogs to the expedition for the men to eat. Meriwether Lewis had a huge, black Newfoundland dog named Seaman who was his pride and joy and the Indians couldn't understand why they didn't eat him.

    The whole expedition took 2 years and remarkably, they only lost one man. That was at ...