BEST WESTERN Plus Snowcap Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... at times too with intermittent drizzle. The terrain and hiking was easy today. I am officially now in Rainier National Park. I don't think I'll actually ever see the volcano because it is supposed to be cloudy for the next 4-5 days, with 50% chance of rain each day. This weather depresses me and makes me anxious. I'm serious. I miss the ...
... Crab Pot. The food was awesome and it gave us some time to figure out what we wanted to do next. We ended up jumping on the trolly cars and taking a swing around the city and stopped in Pioneer Square where we bought tickets to the Seattle Underground Tour. On the tour they gave us a lot of history and as it turns out the city and it's politicians have a very shady past. Besides the fact that the city officials built ...
... be around 20,000 lb. She weighed in at 19,800 fully loaded with fuel, water, 2/3 wastewater too. This is ok but best to get a weight once in a while.
We finally pulled into Lake Easton State Park campground around 7 PM, having had a satisfactory day of travel. When we decided to forego the North Cascades due to the wlidfires in central Washington, I had jumped on the state park website to see what we could find.
Day 10: 1645 miles
After my lovely stay in Vancouver (thanks again, Eric!), I headed south to Cle Elum, a small town (~2,000 people) west of Ellensburg, to visit my Davis friend, Virginia. She's one of those lovely friends with whom, even if you haven't seen them in ages, you can pick right up where you left off. She lives in a beautiful, light-filled home on 7 acres, right off the Teanaway River, with this heavenly view right outside ...
... and I told him I was planning to have female pacers. I knew my crew needed to consist of people who were willing, organized, funny, a little serious, reliable, committed to the goal, reasonable, whimsical, and easy for me to get along with. I put a lot of thought into my crew and pacers, and I strongly believe if it weren’t for the fantastic crew and pacers that evolved, I would not have had as good of an experience as I did!