Red Lion Hotel Kelso/Longview
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Camp #5 We moved camp to Paradise point because out battle ground lake campsite was booked out after Wednesday. We are planning to stay at Paradise Point campsite for a full 7 days so we are definitely excited to stay in one place for more than a few days! We've been to this campsite before and it's not the greatest but it's cheap and close to work... And the freeway. Too bad all of our gear is soaked from battle ground and the move in the rain :( Update: came home from work to ...
... 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 ...
... have to plan another trip when that area has recovered.
We lost count of our photos, but we are confident that we have at least 2,000.
As we have learned from prior travels and this trip, this country has such an abundance of beauty and resources to offer. We found beauty everywhere we looked. From the plains of North Dakota to the Rocky Mountains, from the shores of the Great Lakes to the shores of the Florida Keys, from the ...
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 ...
... Basin National Grassland's and wind my way to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park and out the west entrance up to Butte and Missoula, MT. From this point I think I'll find myself on roads I've travelled before, to Lewiston, ID then Kennewick, WA and back down the Columbia River Gorge on Hwy. 14. I expect to have a successful trip no matter what happen since i'm doing something i love to do, it's the second journey that I am unsure ...