Der Ritterhof Motor Inn
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Great hotel in a great location and the room size was more than enough. The bathroom was a little on the small side and the heating wasnt as hot as I needed but wouldnt hesitate to stay here again.
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4th Feb to 5th Feb
After leaving the hustle and bustle of Seattle, we headed for our first snowboarding stop Stevens Pass, about 2 hours west of Seattle. The drive out was overcast so we had no idea the beauty that lay beyond the clouds until we drove back but what we did see was some really random shops and crazy coffee stops. Every …
We almost didn't get on the road this morning - turned the key and the motorhome wouldn't start! Luckily, we got going early enough in the morning that it gave Greg time to figure out that it was the battery, he got it jumped, and we found a new one in Monroe, went over and bought it and installed it, and we were on the road by Noon!
Nothing special at this park, just an overnight stop on our way...
... in the TV show, "Northern Exposure." We saw the Roslyn Cafe (with its iconic mural on the side) and The Brick (the local watering hole which played such a prominent role in the show).
Virginia informed me that The Brick is the oldest, continually operating saloon in the state of Washington. One of its features is the spittoon -- complete with running water -- that runs along the base of the long bar. It seems that every year, the ...
The remainder of the train ride was just as beautiful as everything before, there were some more cars, some more lonely, endless lands and mountains (MONTANA!!!). There are more car wrecks than people living in Montana, it is just amazing. It seems almost as if you are not a proper American if you do not have at least one rusty car on your lands!
When we had ...
Not far from our start point we passed through a sculpture garden and by an old rail depot and industrial area before crossing the first bridge over the river and dropping us into an area of homes and natural habitats. There were some gentle ups and downs but most of the trail is flat.