GuestHouse Inn & Suites Kelso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by the tune of 10 mph so crossing the state line into Washington was a bit of a (pleasant) surprise as the speed limit was 70 mph which meant that everyone was driving 80 mph.
Arrived in Kelso which is actually 1 hour from our activity tomorrow so had lunch at a great cheap diner then went ten pin bowling ( 3 nil me including 5 strikes in one of the 3 games!) and had 4 of games of pool (2 all).
... seemed more like a fictional forest than something that would really exist so this was a hugely cool find. We carried on past areas where there’d been landslides and the route remained interesting up to the point where we reached a road closed sign at the top of the hill. This was hugely irritating as it added another 2 hours onto our journey and nowhere had it warned us that this would be the case. We started on our decent back down and decided ...
... The one we visited was so big that you could walk through it and had great patterns on the walls. For 1.3 miles we walked over mounds of rubble and even had to climb an 8 foot wall through pitch blackness with only our torches for light, it was great! Sophie also went into the cave and found it ...
... National Park and over the mountains on "Going to the Sun Road". Once over this pass I will hook up with US Hwy. 2 across Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Once in Wisconsin I will hang a right towards Chicago. A few days or more in Chicago to visit with family then I will continue southwest towards St. Louis, MO. for a few days, or more, visit with my buddy, "Night Train", Robert Thompson and his bride Tai. Robert bought me ...
... fortunate that Shane was able to take a day off work the next day and he took us on a tour up to Mt St Helen's via the St Helen's town site. A very pretty town on the Columbia River and saw the house that was used in the Twilight movies. Photo attached is for you Paige. The trip up to Mt St Helen's took us once again up mountains. Luckily Shane was driving which gave Tom a break. Logging trucks in the dozens along this stretch and as can ...