Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel
Travel Blogs from Wenatchee
We almost didn't get on the road this morning - turned the key and the motorhome wouldn't start! Luckily, we got going early enough in the morning that it gave Greg time to figure out that it was the battery, he got it jumped, and we found a new one in Monroe, went over and bought it and installed it, and we were on the road by Noon!
Nothing special at this park, just an overnight stop on our way...
Today was a spectacular day of riding. We covered 180 miles, of which 80% was dirt and climbed over three passes at 5-6000 feet each. From a riding perspective, it was one of our best yet. As we pulled into our destination of Ellensburg, Claudio and I were thoroughly spent and thoroughly satisfied. ...
... Cascade Mountains is arid irrigation farming, cattle farming, and sage brush where the ground is left to itself.
When we crossed the river, we detoured from the beaten path to go to the Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park (just on the other side of the river). We never did find the interpretive center (my dad told me later that it was not well marked), but we walked part ...
This is the last full day we will be spending in the lower 48 for several weeks. We started today's trip at 46 degrees, which was a 40 degree change from Red Bluff. We put away our fans and got out the heater.
We continued our journey North on Highway 97. On the way, we encounter our first rain of the trip. We crossed the Lewis and Clark Highway and continued onto the bridge ...
The remainder of the train ride was just as beautiful as everything before, there were some more cars, some more lonely, endless lands and mountains (MONTANA!!!). There are more car wrecks than people living in Montana, it is just amazing. It seems almost as if you are not a proper American if you do not have at least one rusty car on your lands!
When we had ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service