Magnuson Sugarbush Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Magnuson Sugarbush Inn Townsend
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... new AC compressor.
At the direction of the service manager, we pulled Winnie in a parking lot and settled in while we waited for a ride back to Jeff's dads house.
So, day #2 - same state, another repair and a view of the "Thrift Auto Garage"... a 12:00 beer start time was in order.
Jeff and I settled in and decided to play some cards, listen to music and well, drink a beer.
We finally made it back to ...
... plugged in and got set up for the night only to realize that during our trek through the trees we ripped off the plumbing vent stack off the roof! OOPS... good thing Jeff is a Zip-Tie Junkie because he was able to zip that thing together in 15 different places and BAM, it was back in place.
Hoping that the vent stack incident was not an indicator of our trip to ...
... because of its Spanish moss covered trees and green squares on every street corner. The architecture is beautiful and you really feel the southern charm. We did a nice long walk through the entire historic district enjoying the breeze. By lunch time we were starving and needed to get some food in us. Our van was pretty much devoid of food and we didn't feel like doing groceries so we spent a little time looking up a good southern restaurant. We found ...
... it escaped from a zoo. This will drive me crazy forever.
At the wildlife refuge we saw way too many alligators, coots, moorehens, a large colony of Black Capped Night Herons in trees, with both adults, sub-adults and first year herons. There were also blue and green winged teal, Red-breasted Mergansers and Buffleheads (my current favorite). We also say a large colony of White Ibis, also ...
... of stuff. NZ doesn't have the range of vege greens that we’ve been sampling – kale, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, all yummy and interesting – maybe a market opportunity?
Then roll on down the road; the beat going on, and on, long straight roads through flat lands, but still running through forests, they have been almost continuous, down the length of this eastern part of the country. We’ve driven ...