Timber Lodge Inn

Address: 301 W 1st St., Cle Elum, Washington, 98922, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 301 W 1st St., Cle Elum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cle Elum

    Baker City, OR

    A travel blog entry by hansinduncan on Aug 14, 2014


    Our day started with a visit to the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, located high on a hill just 6 miles from our campground. Very interesting displays showing the hardships faced by the thousands who made the long trek west to create a home and better life for themselves in the mid 1800's. We also took a short walk to a stamping mill where ore was crushed to extract gold. On the way back to town ...

    Meth Busters!

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 20, 2014

    12 photos

    I reluctantly relocated to Kachess Lake, which was only an hour and a half from Seattle, from which I'd be grabbing a shuttle up to Vancouver. The drive was lush farmland, cows, hills dotted with wildflowers. Little villages. One town where I got gas had a proud sign proclaiming "Meth Busters!" just underneath the name of the town. That didn't scare me - it prompted me to count the people with scabs and missing teeth.

    The sky was clouding up so I grabbed a tarp from ...

    This is the true end to my journey

    A travel blog entry by angel.mathis on Aug 26, 2013

    1 comment

    ... good way to cap off a 100 miler training program.’ I was annoyed with myself for having this honest conversation, but I realized then and there, if a 100 miler was in my future, it would be Cascade Crest 2013 since I would be perfectly trained and have guaranteed entry because of my volunteer status. I told Tim later, and I think he was a little annoyed too since it took him a few months to coming around to the decision to enter.


    Christmas Eve

    A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Dec 24, 2012

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... to take the news. “It’s not instant,” I said, “it’s regular oatmeal. But I added a lot of sugar.”

    “No, Thanks” Grant said, as he handed it back to me, “but thanks for making it.”

    I returned with my failure and ate most of the oatmeal evidence. While I was swallowing my warm mushy pride in the kitchen, I noticed on the front of the kitchen shelf directly at eye level was a glass ...

    Back to the cold NW

    A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Oct 10, 2012

    We are all checked into the camp. Lots of trees so no satellite but there is cable, no internet but there is cell service. It has gotten below freezing the last several nights so we will refill our fresh water tomorrow and use our onboard tank. Nothing like roughing it in the wild. The dogs will be on tight leashes so if they see deer or other critters we will stay attached. We will be here until early Saturday so we can avoid Seattle traffic. More ...