DoubleTree By Hilton Olympia
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We drove from Idaho across the eastern region of Washington and were surprised how parched it was and we guess it is most of the time. We stayed in Yakima and noted that whatever was growing and green had to be irrigated. We saw healthy apple orchards and several fields of veggies. Right next to these fields it would ...
... and later shared hot dogs and stories around the fire. The next day we went to the Cider Mill in Tumwater and tried out their cider and donuts. We visited the Deschutes River and walked around the Tumwater Falls. Rachel and I enjoyed several games of Mah Jongg!! A relaxing, fun time.
... yank it out. Bummer. It was flush against the sill plate board so we just assumed it was vertical. Big mistake. So we need to get get more concrete in order to set that pole. However, it was all level!!! When we got back around to where we started, there was no difference in the board placement. We were really kinda surprised and were expecting to have to jockey around to adjust for the difference. ...
... B we are staying at while seeing Mt Rainier NP. It is a beautiful English cottage type home situated on Puget Sound (sits at the most southern point where it is still salt water). Although it was raining when we arrived we could tell the grounds and gardens are really something. The Inn is owned by Linda and Don. Don is a retired AF fighter pilot and a commercial airline pilot. Don has flown a lot of AF and even some ...
... quickly realized why we had been enjoying those quiet two lane mountains roads so much. We had just shy of 60 miles to our first option for a place to stop (hoping to go 45 miles farther than that). Those 60 miles took us nearly 4 hours in the Seattle/Tacoma Friday evening traffic! Four hours! Throw on top of that the fact that this was not one of Pippi's better days in the car and it makes for quite ...