Sumner Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to feel the cold air outside as we had come from the Seattle heat only a few miles away.
Every part of the park was so green and the vegetation was so lush and thick and mossy, nothing like we had seen before. The girls had fun climbing big old tree trunks that had fallen over and enjoyed playing with the funny moss that lay thick over the forest floor. This truly was a spectacular place and a special one to start ...
... Stayton and got gas there. Detroit Lake is very very low! A sure sign of how little snow we got last Winter. Arrived in Bend 6:00pm. Checked in to the Fairfield Inn & Suites. Walked to downtown Bend for dinner. We ate at Brother Johns Ale House. The food was good. Debbie had Sockeye Salmon Burger and Enid had a BLT. After that walked back to the hotel and put your feet up, watched a movie, "Enough Said" and went to bed. Friday July 10 Good morning. We woke ...
... rebuilt 3500 shops in 2 years (mostly funded by the 'sewing' industry) and they added entrances on the first & second floors. Then they graded the hillside and essentially raised Seattle up to fix all the flooding and the second floor became the first. Now you can do tours underground where you can see the original storefronts. And some stores actually have done theirs up and use them as part of their shops.
After that we went to Pike ...
... the sea lions, because San Francisco was pretty void of the creatures. We took the Westport- Puget Island ferry across the Columbia River, arriving in Washington state. Got a very good look at Mt. St. Helens, which erupted in 1980. We are using Sumner, WA. as a base to see Seattle, Mt. Rainier and Olympia, ...
... and were here for a night to celebrate the Mother's birthday. Only one or two other couples were checked in for the evening and they were older couples. After getting ourselves settled into our treehouse, we decided to head into Issaquah for dinner - and to Gilman Village, to search for somewhere for dinner. We settled on an Italian Restaurant, and had a very nice dinner before heading back to Treehouse Point for a nightcap and bed. We fell asleep to the sound of the raging river passing ...