La Wis Wis Campground
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... ready to retire. Two days left...tomorrow, we might head up to the Snoqualimie area to see the falls and stuff. We also might go to the Mt rainier north side trails too, not sure yet. In any event we will get our final motel room tomorrow and repack all our stuf and take several showers! Thursday our last day will be entirely in Seattle. We have a 11pm flight, so we will have until about 9pm to kill time in town eating and wandering ...
... bars and even a motel called Hobo Inn. It was genius!
At the wildlife park we got to see all the animals that we were hoping to see in the national parks. They have a massive free roaming area over 400 acres where a tram takes you around and we saw three moose, a big herd of elk, bighorn sheep, some deer, a mountain goat and loads of bison. We were able to get so close to them as well, it was awesome. In the rest of the park we got to see another grizzly, ...
... I. Time for the best meal of any
camping trip, Breakfast! Bacon eggs pancakes juice coffee. After clean
up we piled I to Benita's Honda CRV and off to Mt St Helens.
not been to the Volcano viewpoint at Windy Pass before. It provides a good
opportunity to see the Line of destruction. A pretty stark line of
healthy forest then the blast zone with what's left of the mountain
about 4 miles away.
Even as cool as it is, one can ...
... into my wrong route and decided to check the GPS. I didn’t mind really, the lookout had a nice view.
Another 30 minutes and I was in Packwood’s Blue Spruce Tavern having a beer and a burger plus some tater tots. I am not sure that my review of the food would be unbiased given how hungry I was so I’ll just say dinner really hit the spot. There customers were mostly old timer locals and a couple of tourists from Florida. Not an easy place to find if you ...
... a young family with 9- or 10-year-old twin boys came noisily back to their camp next door. I'd assumed they were all asleep, since they had children. The boys yelled, threw rocks, and ran around as the parents made dinner and yelled at the kids to stop. About an hour later, I fell asleep to the lullabying ukelele at the camp opposite me.