Holiday Inn Express Suites Chehalis - Centralia
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... a large maple tree to the West of the Battle field.
I hope to do a "Silent Movie" of my photos and video, but I have so much to do I figured I should at least post some of the photos now or the whole project might fade into "Neverland". When I get the ...
... two "personal" carry-ons; so, basically, backpacks. Michael's luggage bag is packed so thoroughly that I HOPE TO GOD no one opens it. I don't know how anyone would ever get it shut again. It's not that he has more clothes, it's more that his shoes are so much bigger! They take up a crazy amount of room. But not to worry.I made sure to maximize the negtive space of the shoes with other things! We each have a backpack as well. Initially I had ...
... have experienced so far, but we are driving interstate 5 and in bigger cities. Seattle has a bad reputation for heavy traffic. We arrived in Chelalis around 2:30pm. We are only staying one night here and tomorrow will head for the coast in Oregon. The campground is in a very pretty wooded area about 8 miles from the main town. It is a super large campground with bike, walk, and horse trails all over. Mt. St Helen's and Mt. Rainier are close to this ...
... north; he retired just last week and this trip was a little retirement gift. Dave turned out to be an interesting and very nice fellow. His wife doesn’t camp anymore so he travels solo on the bike. We enjoyed our conversation with him but the exercise had tired us and we turned in early.
Tomorrow we will head for Portland and the Stub Stewart Campground near access to the Banks Veronia Bike Trail.
... a close up view of the huge crater in the side of the mountain and absence of a mountain peak. Mount St. Helens is slowly rebuilding itself from inside the crater by small plumes of discharge and steam that can be seen from one of the overlooks using a scope.
Along the way we kept an eye out for Big Foot because the locals tell us, this is Sasquatch's territory. The story told at Mount St. Helens is for sure ...