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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Another long day under our belts. After some confusion about direction, the group hit the back roads first thing this morning and we road the curves until 3:30 pm. We finished hwy 219 at Lewiston and someone suggested we change our route to hwy 60 to Charleston and then get on I64 to Lexington (next town). By 3:30 pm, we were ...
Thanks to a generous gift left by Carol's brother Tim after he passed away, we were able to purchase a small travel trailer to replace our pop-up. We'll always remember what a great brother (and brother in law and uncle) Tim was, especially whenever we use our camper. We decided to give it ...
... it up the steep mountain road. The campground was cozy or shall we say tight...like sardines in a can. I was amazed how many bigger RVs and fifth wheels they shoe horned into to this small piece of ground. The park is famous for its natural stone bridge, which takes you across one portion of the canyon that sits on the park property, hence its name. It ...
... one Rollo and the little white one Sticks.
The Lilly Pad - the best place to camp near the Obed!
We are seriously disappointed that we passed through on a Monday and missed women's mud wrestling!
... jug hauls." As our friend, Mike Hopp once put it, "It's the biggest jugs you ever fell off of." Keeping endurance for the forearm-pumping climbs meant sprinkling in slabbier climbs to continue moving was essential. It had rained the night before, however, so some of the slabs were still a little wet.
By noon, ...