Chewuch Inn and Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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No signal for many miles in rhe northern cascades. This is jyst a quck post more later tonight. Yesterday we backpacked way up above the treeline to Hidden Lakes. And made it safely down this morning. All i can say is WOW. A couple pics for a qucik look until ...
... no one was in the theater. We looked at the schedule, and the movie that was supposed to be on was about the construction of the dam, but it was 45 minutes long. We decided that was just too long to watch a movie, and took the guided tour instead.
The guided tour was pretty good, they took you in a van over to the irrigation pump section of the dam. You could see the twelve irrigation pumps that provide water for irrigation to ...
RVs are Us44 degrees as we leave the Nugget. We finally remembered to pick up a thermometer so that we know this stuff! This was a great park except for the for the wifi. I had to sit on an outside bench next to the building to get the blog out. I returned to the RV never to get a signal out again. This a.m. I did get it for a few minutes before we left. Back on I 90 heading west we come to the most forested land of this trip. We are driving in ...
Hiked a crazy river trail in the morning, made Rainy Pass at 5 pm and were driven in to a wonderful world. The World of the Waylands. Thanks so much guys, too kind. We will return to trail tomorrow morning and start our final approach to the finish line. Another 60.77 miles and we will reach a monument on a border. It is such a unique feeling to see the conclusion of something you have been working towards for so long. We have done it. We are doing it. We are ...
... RV Park in Whitehorse. We continued on the Alaskan highway and turned south just east of Watson Creek. We are now on the Cassiar Highway and cutting through a very remote area of British Columbia.
Boya Lake Provincial Park was our stop and receives three frozen Polar Bears with a cherry. We rented a canoe and explored the crystal blue waters. There were numerous Beaver Dams, but the Beaver were hiding out. Driving another 300 miles, the stop ...