BEST WESTERN PLUS Lincoln Inn
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... took the route over Chinook Pass near Mount Rainier. As we just made it to the top of the pass, we were stopped by a flagman. It seems that there had been a minor rock slide onto the road. We waited for about an hour until they had it cleared. What a great place to be delayed, being retired and all. Beautiful views and warm. Who could ask for more?
Highway 140 is also a winding trail, and slow ...
... even with the warmest going. I finally stopped and put on a shirt and my wet riding gloves, that's all that was needed. That was when I discovered my tracks wasn't running. I swear I started it before I went to breakfast. Route 5a was one of the better rides of the trip. It took me through a little valley that had this stream running through it. Every bump caused a little lake to form, or little marsh, with this six foot wide ...
Well we are officially on our way to Seattle!! Had an early start to the morning, said goodbye to my kitty and now for some good tunes and a long ride to Seattle! My mom decided she wanted to take chinook pass so we can take our time...plus it's beautiful! Gotta love Washington state. There will be some amazing pictures to come(thanks to Greg's wonderful Christmas ...
During the day we had a bunch of kids want to sample the juice or get a free apple and we offered them a trade, in that they helped and could sample the juice… not one was willing to take advantage.. work must be a 4 letter word… of all the adults who either stopped or walked by we had only 2 offer to help for a sample… one gal stayed over an hour and had a full 16 oz glass, and we warned her ...
... to the orchard to hang out with Matt and Katie's nieces, Sami and Sara, and Matt's brother Tim. First up, after being offered tea, coffee, food etc., Tim took us all out into the sage brush, which is a big lot of open land, some of which is part of the Ranch property and the rest of which is Indian Reservation. He took us to his shooting range and taught us all how to shoot without killing anyone or hurting anything.
For us gun-shy Aussies, this was ...