Summit Inn at Snoqualmie Pass
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but there was something different that was popping into my head and making me think backwards. And walking south was the only thing that can truly make a man think backwards. After 5 minutes of thinking I gave up on the fire torn finish, I gave up on success, and I gave up on my picture with the monument all to keep the adventure going and chase down a beautiful women who must be mentally insane because she was walking to Mexico. I had ...
... oh oh, ah ah") and a cougar ("Growl") amongst other things. All of the Macaws knew how to say "Cracker" - which was what they called the treat Lucy would give them for performing for us. It was actually a whole almond, but it was pretty impressive none-the-less. As a final treat, each of the Macaws got a whole nut - with shell on - and they impressed us by cracking the shells with their beaks and skilfully extracting the nuts inside. We left ...
... become clear that returning to the "normal" society awaiting us will not be so gracefully simple. Something about being out here this long gets you restless in a fundamental way that suggests it will not be so easily calmed. Metabolisms designed to give twenty miles a day cannot just be shelved. They must be respected and appeased. Hail to the calories. Hail to the ...
... and the lake is fantastic.
Route 2 west of there starts to get interesting. I had originally planned to take it all the way to Seattle but construction that began this morning will have the route shut down thru the mountains. I took 97 South and picked up I-90 for about 60 miles. I missed my exit but got off at the next one. I gassed up and got a cold drink. There was a couple on a Harley so I asked them for a ...
... us!!!” This literally made me cry.
Aggie Hartkamp was also strategically brought on as a pacer. I have always loved running with Aggie because she’s so relaxed and encouraging, a great conversation maker, a really strong runner and, now, mountaineer. She is also fun to be around and she stepped it up a notch the night she was pacing me from mile 48 to 68 lasting 9:30 p.m. to 2:15 a.m. I was so excited to see her in her rainbow ...