Timber Lodge Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
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Monday, September 7, 2015. PCT day 141. Miles 2344.6-2370.37. (25 miles). I was so happy to have had a roof over my head last night because it rained most of the night. At around 8:45ish, when most of us were already in bed, some 4wheeling rednecks arrived as well. They were really loud and started chopping wood really late, even when they were told to stop. They finally stopped by 10. I guess that was the ...
... having a bottle of wine, we set up the vehicle with unpacking and sorting our luggage before we crashed for the night, listening to a light sprinkling of rain on the roof and watching the squirrels leaping around the place. We were plugged into a power supply so did not have any trouble for Sean’s machine and slept well. WiFi is still problem but we will get that solved in the next day or so.
Tomorrow, onward to another new adventure.
... up because when we were in Bellingham before we left for the cruise we had stopped at the local Walmart on a Saturday and discovered that the parking lot was literally full of cars with British Columbia plates. We asked the clerk at the check out if that was normal and she said they all come down from Canada to shop on the weekends. Wally World is always a walk on the wild side but this one was especially odd.
We arrived at the RV storage to find ...
... Matt Hagen and Daniel Kuhlmann. They told jokes and made everyone in the aid station laugh (except for the grumpiest runners and nothing could change their attitude). I have thought about them repeatedly since and was sure to give a laugh or two and a bunch of smiles at Kachess aid station when I went through there this year. I believed at that time that the negatives outweighed the positives and I decided then and there that I would never run a ...
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 ...