GuestHouse Inn & Suites Kelso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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).
... sleeping on the cool concrete!
We enjoyed a quick dinner at the famous food truck court and then headed for our B&B - The Farm at Sunset Ridge. We found it through AirBNB.com and it is wonderful. Amaya is our host and is quite the gardener. Our pictures show only part of what she has growing - there's another garden that contains lettuce, rhubarb, broccoli, chard, and more! She also has an orchard (mostly pears, some apples) and raspberry ...
... have to plan another trip when that area has recovered.
We lost count of our photos, but we are confident that we have at least 2,000.
As we have learned from prior travels and this trip, this country has such an abundance of beauty and resources to offer. We found beauty everywhere we looked. From the plains of North Dakota to the Rocky Mountains, from the shores of the Great Lakes to the shores of the Florida Keys, from the ...
... and bark off the others. It also knocked so many logs into a lake that the water level rose 200 meters above Normal and flooded lots of popular holiday sites. Only fifteen people died because the eruption was expected and every one was ...
... Basin National Grassland's and wind my way to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park and out the west entrance up to Butte and Missoula, MT. From this point I think I'll find myself on roads I've travelled before, to Lewiston, ID then Kennewick, WA and back down the Columbia River Gorge on Hwy. 14. I expect to have a successful trip no matter what happen since i'm doing something i love to do, it's the second journey that I am unsure ...