Okanogan Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Okanogan
... fewer things not specified on increasingly long lists of "DO NOT's" - and dog's are a prime target including often charging an extra fee. How absolutely surprising to not even be asked at check-in whether we had a dog, but to find large open spaces for play. Of greatest shock, however, was the written policy about washing cars and RV's - an infraction that in a lot parks will get you kicked out. This park's policy is "WASHING OF CAR OR RV IN CAMPGROUND ...
... leveler buttons, pull out the awning and push the button to pull out our slide. All these tasks can take up to 20 minutes, Less if we stay in National Parks without hookups. Oh the madness of it all! Cocktail hour can't come soon enough.
We like to keep our home on wheels clean and running safely. Dave is a master at trouble shooting and fixing almost anything . He has repaired a windshield, ...
... RV Park in Whitehorse. We continued on the Alaskan highway and turned south just east of Watson Creek. We are now on the Cassiar Highway and cutting through a very remote area of British Columbia.
Boya Lake Provincial Park was our stop and receives three frozen Polar Bears with a cherry. We rented a canoe and explored the crystal blue waters. There were numerous Beaver Dams, but the Beaver were hiding out. Driving another 300 miles, the stop ...
We were very happy to be back in the USA! We took the border crossing north of Omak, Washington which was perfect as this town had everything we needed to stock up again (plus Taco Bell!). We decided we should stop and watch the Soccer World Cup Final in Winthrop, this place turned out to be an adorable Western style tourist ...
... home with open arms, warm smiles and delicious food. After we realised all of the kids were tobogganing down a concrete staircase out front of the cabin, we quickly moved onto our home for the holidays where we had a toboggan track right in the front yard (much safer than down the stairs). We enjoyed laughs around the fire watching the kids go crazy on the toboggan run until one in the morning. The girls had a blast and made some wonderful new friends.