Red Lion Hotel Kelso/Longview
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... There are many stories that are heartbreaking to hear. 71 people died. The drive from Silverlake Visitor Center to Johnston Observatory was abearlyout 50 miles across. Very scenic drive with lots of beautiful overlooks. Mount St. Helens was always in view and got more spectacular the closer we got to the observatory. The weather was perfect with very few clouds so we had great views of the mountain. By the end of our trip ...
... time he was asked to be a flagger for a short while to fill in. As he stood there, a woman driving drunk at 60 mph plowed through the barricades and ran him over. He had to have several surgeries on his back and could not walk for a while. He was a single dad and had to crawl around on the floor to get his son ready for school and to do anything he had to do since he had no help. This guy is devoted to his son and will do anything he has to. Jesse and I ...
... We took a detour to explore Starbuck, Washington, but we couldn't find the coffee...
Next, we stopped in Walla Walla, WA. We loved it - well, I did because there was a wine tasting place every other store front. We actually didn't stop to buy any wine, but we enjoyed a delicious lunch there in Walla Walla. We had just missed the Sweet Onion Festival but still managed to buy Walla Walla sweet onions!
We headed west through the Columbia River ...
... a while to get up to freeway speeds. In Oklahoma City, however, the acceleration ramps were very short. We dubbed them the "here you go and good luck to you" ramps as we merged slowly into traffic that was moving about 50 more mph than us.
Freeway speeds—Most states had reasonable top highway speeds. It was not uncommon to see 70 mph and 75 mph as the posted maximum. Utah even has a posted maximum of 80 mph, and I believe other states do ...
Rolled into the driveway yesterday around 1900. The trip is over too soon, and now it looks like I may not be going out to work until next week. Damn, I could have spent more time with family and friends. 3 weeks is not enough time for that type of trip so the next one will stay closer to home. Maybe just Oregon and Washington, there are still a ton of quality roads to ride that I haven't seen yet in these two ...