Alexander's Country Inn, Restaurant & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tomorrow which is about a 2-hour drive from Ashford. It's been a trip full of beautiful scenery. Wish there were more glaciers to see but Glacier National Park is still beautiful not as grand as I had anticipated but still majestic. Surprisingly, Mt. Rainier was the standout for me. I was worried that I would be disappointed after visiting the Alps in France and Switzerland but Mt. Rainier held its own -- Reflection Lakes being the spot that I will not forget. ...
Slow start but eventually we arrived at Mt Rainier NP. This park is an enormous mountainous area of old growth forest with the snow-capped volcano at its centre. 26 named glaciers, covering 34 square miles of the summit. There is a trail around the mountain, the Wonderland Trail, 93 miles, that thousands hike - it can take 14 days. 10,000 folk climb the mountain each year!
Some smoke in the air as we approached; ...
... Gallery. It is a 3 mile long winding smooth road
that is perfect for skateboards, although there are car and motorcycle
drives on it too. Fun to watch and it looks like I could do it but
pretty sure I couldn’t without much better medical insurance. We
stayed to watch for a bit but it was pretty hot to be standing in a cow
field with the associated landmines fermenting in the noonday sun. We
headed back but stopped off at a life sized replica of ...
... I. Time for the best meal of any
camping trip, Breakfast! Bacon eggs pancakes juice coffee. After clean
up we piled I to Benita's Honda CRV and off to Mt St Helens.
not been to the Volcano viewpoint at Windy Pass before. It provides a good
opportunity to see the Line of destruction. A pretty stark line of
healthy forest then the blast zone with what's left of the mountain
about 4 miles away.
Even as cool as it is, one can ...
... I headed out. This time, I loosened every strap on my pack that I could and tightened as I went. I am slightly embarrassed to say that my heart attack was more due to my pack being set too tight and my heart rate monitor battery being out of juice. Its a good thing I was more comfortable because there first couple of miles on today’s trail was up, up, up and over some steep slushy and slippery snow fields. Slipping means you get to the bottom the quick but ...