Quality Inn Uptown
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Hello all, Ible here! I know it's been several days since we last updated, and we are sorry! Many things were going on, but none of those were access to wifi! So now we have the lovely task of updating 5 days worth of adventures and pictures. So sit back and enjoy this multiple-entry update!
We last left you all in Bonney Lake, Washington, where we stayed with a former Yellowstone co-worker. After packing up the next morning, ...
... the Marymere Falls trail which was about 2 miles in length and was a very gentle stroll through lush forest beside bubbling creeks and a waterfall pay off t the end.
A tributary track off the above hike was the Mt Storm King trail. This was way more challenging as it climbed 2,100 ft over 2 miles and then a descent along the same track. We bravely attempted the hike, however we were thwarted ...
... a phone card so that we can make calls and not use up our cell phone.
Back to a cultural centre where we were told there is free wifi. Yay to finally get onto a system where it's not only free but quick.
tomorrow we go to Seattle so hope to get more written but not sure when we can put more photos on. I'm hoping when we return to Seattle next week, I will be able to do some. fingers crossed ...
... again? Burn. The plan was full, as it looks like they were trying to get people from the delayed flight onto this plane. I was in an emergency exit row. Film selection was very good, but I tried to go straight to sleep despite the temptation to watch Place Beyond the Pines which was released everywhere except NZ when I was in NZ. Unfortunately the girl next to me put it on, so I really had to try and close my eyes and drift so that it wouldn't be spoiled for ...
... was brilliant. Super scenery and unlike the interstate running along the Oregon opposite bank lacking in heavy traffic. The trees in Oregon are all flush at this time of year with new green growth, wild
flowers poke up through the grass all over the show and along the verges and overlooking it all is the dominant shape of 11,239 ft Mt. Hood, the highest point in Oregon, its upper slopes a brilliant white from its cloak of virgin snow.
We crossed the ...