Super 8 St Regis
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well we got up this morning and loaded Jan's bike in the trunk of the car so she could get to the trail head. I road to the trail head on my bike and it was 2.5 mile up and the last .5 mile was really up. We unpacked the car, loaded up the back pack and started out. 200 yards down the trail was our first tunnel which was 8,771 feet long. It was dark and really cold, lights are required and they mean it, it ...
... and balds. Cities were not crowded like I think of a city. Most cities and towns are nestled in valleys or in out right open spaces. We saw our first mountains with snow in the distance. At an elevation of about 5000 feet we saw clouds frozen on evergreens. Beautiful. We crossed the continental divide too.
If Ed was happy with the much improved driving conditions, I was happy with our lunch stop. We went to ...
Friday 26th july
Moved to St Regis and moving closer to Seattle. Got there not long after lunch time. Nat and I did the washing. Hot one today, hazy with smoke from the bushfires, too. All the others went swimming in the pool, but I just observed. Chatted to the other tourists, then back to RV for BBQ once again. Played a ...
... of highway that had the crops labeled for 14 miles—Alfalfa, sweet corn,
potatoes, timothy hay, wheat, and peas. It was fun to see what acres of the
produce that we eat actually looks like!
The plan was to stay at the Super 8 Hotel in St Regis…plans
change. As the hotel turned out to be completely booked-- in the middle of
nowhere/St Regis, we ended up settling for a motel called Little River Motel. ...
... surrounded by the green that designates
National Forest and Park Lands, just the type of places that we have
strived to spend the better part of the last nine months in. Here, on
the ground, we are enveloped in a pine scented world of green and blue!
We share this wilderness with mountain lions, bears, timber wolves,
moose, elk and deer. Our only wildlife encounters to date have been
with deer, the primary food source for any larger ...