Comfort Inn and Suites Kent
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... anyone else. In the end, we only did the first two miles and then took the loop across the snag flats and back down.
Onto North Bend and the famous Twede's Cafe. We read some very funny books of "advice" during the brief wait for our meal. The hamburger was mouth-wateringly delicious and the fries endless. The grilled cheese was a perfect throwback to simpler times. But the main event was of course the famous cherry pie. Tart and sweet at the same time. ...