Alexander's Country Inn, Restaurant & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into metres and my toes have grown to threes. The last section was long and physically demanding, but I loved it.
I'm back out again today for my last stretch on the PCT: a 5 day/100 mile stretch taking me to the halfway point of Washington, a small town called Snoqualamie. I'm excited to get back on the trail, the ruggedness of the Pacific Northwest is so enticing.
It's been great hearing from you all. Much love!
... I chose the first one I came across, took off my pack to rest and put my campsite together.I was definitely exhausted. I got the tent up and decided to take a nap. The site looked good at the time but is exposed to the sun. My thermometer showed that the inside of the tent was 90 degrees. The mosquitos had found my campsite too, I chose roasting over itching and crawled into the tent to lay there, restup and sweat. I think I slept a bit but not sure. I did feel much better ...
... content about 1 hour 50 minutes still not bad for a couple of old timers.
We drive the short drive back to the cabin and celebrate our tiring but wonderful achievement of the day with,yes you've guessed it beer and wine we relax for a while and shower get changed and venture off down to town and return to the Blue Spruce pub and have dinner I have fried chicken with jacket potato and garlic bread which is a bit bland and Jackie has a Tequila chicken burger with pica de ...
... to Mt. Rainier directly wasn’t going to happen due to the road being closed because of snow. Rats. Back to the highway…
As we neared Mt. Rainier, we found a sleepy little town on a lake called Mineral where we camped for the night after another rousing game of Canasta. I was first awoken by a man in the camp at 5am shouting to someone. Then around 6am I heard the first chainsaw roaring. I listened to that for a while and then ...
... d started the walk expecting to make it half way to the summit at the most. The walk down was much easier, and we channelled ‘The Sound of Music’ a little as we got to know each other.
We set up camp for the first time at the Packwood Campround, knowing that by the end of the trip it would take us half the time to put up our tents. We allocated cooking teams (I put myself in Team C with John and Rachel, all three ...