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Travel Blogs from Government Camp
... on the chairlift yesterday we were watching the climbers work their way up the mountain, they looked like small ants against the hugeness of the mountain. Later in the morning we watched a small plane circling the mountain, unfortunately the local news reported that a climber was killed after a 1000ft fall, and they won't be able ...
... in the place which just happened to be a full chalet room consisting of ten bunk beds, although I do get my own bathroom. The timberline lodge has the advantage of being located up on the mountain adjacent to the ski lifts, which means you can walk out the door of the lodge..strap your skis on and off you go. Being spring there is only a couple of ski lifts operating, but still should be nice and challenging. This afternoon I arranged my ski lessons and picked up ...
... from the sheep area, as it is getting warmer, so they sheep no longer need the straw to keep them warm. We then took lunch, and after lunch continued more of the straw removal. After doing this for a bit, Elise and I moved back to the pigs as we constructed a new shelter for some of them, and then gave them their afternoon snack. I finally got to feed the baby lambs. ...
... are not on a feeding schedule the volunteers are tasked to take care of these fish… and its been fun to wander down to this pond and the dock that extends into the pond and toss in a couple of cups of fish food daily… It’s even more fun to get there when there is a group of people to give them the task of feeding the trout… And, Rowdy of course goes on point when the fish frenzy for the food … Rowdy is especially funny when he talks to ...
... settled into our room, we made dinner reservations for 730 and of course, I had to go on a hike. Sandy joined me, although she may have regretted that decision. We hiked the Mountaineer Trail, a challenging three-mile loop with some significant elevation gain. The trail starts off mostly flat, heading west from the lodge. They were doing some construction, so we actually started on the Pacific Crest Trail, until intersecting ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking