Crystal Mountain Hotels Alpine Inn
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... up the mountain! It was really a fabulous and well-maintained trail.
We stopped in to see the Paradise Inn on our way to the car. (I remembered this inn from our honeymoon travels!) On our drive back to the campsite, we made two stops. We hiked down a short, but steep trail for super views of Narada Falls. (Again, I vividly remembered hiking this trail 14 years ago.) We also stopped to see Christine Falls.
... forecast, we are not sure we're going to see it this time either! UGH!
We ate a casual dinner of soup and grilled cheese which tasted great on this cold & rainy day! Then Rees, Wes, and I played cards. Annie read. She’s REALLY into the great books she brought on the trip and has enjoyed having time to read ...
... garden/ornament/souvenir/espresso place that was beautifully decorated inside and out. The whole place looked and felt like a typical country town.
We looked up the best driving routes to do around the parks, picked out a couple and on Wednesday we drove the 'Circle Mount Rainier' loop and yesterday the 'Scenic Byways' loop. Both drives took us through lush green forests and trees lined the sides of the roads and arched over the car. We stopped in ...
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... into metres and my toes have grown to threes. The last section was long and physically demanding, but I loved it.
I'm back out again today for my last stretch on the PCT: a 5 day/100 mile stretch taking me to the halfway point of Washington, a small town called Snoqualamie. I'm excited to get back on the trail, the ruggedness of the Pacific Northwest is so enticing.
It's been great hearing from you all. Much love!