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My family of four enjoyed a ground floor room with king bed and fold out sofa bed. It was newly renovated and had a fully equipped kitchen. Everything was very clean and comfy, just enough room for my family. The only thing that keeps this review from 5 stars is the quality of the breakfast.
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... and trails were built by Civilian Conservation Corps during the depression.
Across the river is one of the most visited public sculptures in Washington, Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies. This line of bronze wild horses was done by David Govedare, whose work we will see again on our walk in Spokane.
My next stop was the small town of Soap Lake, on the scenic highway ...
A turbulent four hour flight up to a freezing Seattle. It's definitely the coldest stop so far. Day one I saw my first rain in quite a while so I can't really complain about it! A walk to the farmers market where traders actually throw fish to each other , a bustling marketplace with some lovely fresh food and handmade goodies. Day two and a monorail trip through the city to the infamous space needle with some stunning city views but a very cold wind at the top! Then ...
... to see his favourite animals – seals! We spend a bit of time standing and watching – we cannot sit down as all the chairs are wet from the rain, though thankfully it is not raining right now. Nearby are some Sea Otters as well. Since we didn’t really get much time at Monterey to watch the otters, we spend more time here. And luck is with us, as we are here during feeding time! Watching them open and then eat ...
... the South Face of Prussik
Pumped to be on the summit!
Dave leading off Enchantment Peak's impeccable granite
The final pitch traverses a wild knife edge ridge! Dragontail, Colchuck and Stuart (left to right) in the ...
In order to take full advantage of the rare sunshiny days in Washington, Kristin & I planned a full day of being outdoors for my first real day there. She and Brian recently started to enjoy some hiking and had found a nice hike, that is an easy 2 mile round-trip trek (which is especially important when you have 2 young kids with you!) and ends at Franklin Falls (in Snoqualmie Pass.) The river runs all along the trail, which is surrounded by an abundant evergreen ...