Timber Lodge Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Timber Lodge Inn Cle Elum
Travel Blogs from Cle Elum
... and it's all under one roof. The seafood, fruit and vegetable, flower and baked goods were my favorite. The fruits and vegetables were neatly stacked in a rainbow of color and the sea food had an interesting appeal all of its own. People lined up at Pikes Seafood Market to purchase their fish and watch it tossed from person to person for packaging. The walk through the market was a sensory overload and reminded me of ...
... during ice ages when the ice dams broke over in Montana numerous times flooding the whole eastern/central Washington areas. See photos
We stopped in Ellensburg to fuel up and add air to one of our tires at truck stop. Little nimble Charli and Mr. Toad proved adept at dodging these big wheelers. We also weighed the motorhome. I was thinking Charli was gaining weight and really had no idea how much except the GVWR was ...
... 8217;t it cute?!) and he would be in excellent hands. I had all trust and faith that Adam would get Tim to the finish line. I don’t think Adam realizes how much comfort that brought to me when he joined Tim. I realized last year, and the feeling has been reinforced this year that pacing or crewing a 100 miler runner is like solidifying a relationship and making it invaluable to all those involved. The sense of love and support that you have ...
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 ...
... just about every person I was hanging with actually worked at the ski resort, most of them were instructors. I was invited by them to go to a staff party happening over at East. Of course, I said yes. I headed over there with a guy named Jamie. Jamie is an awesome guy so we made plans to snowboard the next day together (essentially giving me a free private lesson YAY).