Enchanted April Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... month...I just booked my flights. I will be heading to South America from the 10th-30th of April to do...more exploring!!! I'll be hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with a couple travel nurses and travel physical therapist gal pals. After the trek I'll be heading over to Brazil to visit my aunt and uncle in Belo Horizonte. Super excited for what's in store the next couple months :):)
Thanks so much for reading. It means a lot! Until next time...
Zea :):) ...
... since their visit to Washougal in July last year.
Earlynn made a fabulous dinner of spaghetti with salad and bread. We enjoyed some fine wine, 1 bottle from California and a bottle of Bethany Vineyards Barbara. After dinner we sat on the patio and enjoyed a beautiful evening. When the cool weather set in, we spent some time in their hot tub and finished the wine. Unfortunately, in all the excitement of visiting, I ...
Type: dirt, out & back with loop
Distance: 7.6 mi
Moving Time: 3:01
Avg Speed: 2.5 mph
Elevation Max: 1,027 ft
Ascent: 1,330 ft
Descent: 1,220 ft
Weather: sunny, cool
Hikers: Sean, Alicia, Sheba
Gear: full packs
Alicia: Here we go! The start of another adventure! This trail is longer than the last one, but we're ready! I'm so excited! ...
... on that relation). With my wallet fatter by a couple of Benjamin's we left for The airport. Halfway there Bhajee asked where the prahntay (a semi-fried wheat tortilla sandwiching a flat of spiced potato) were. Uh, we didnt get any. The kids lamented, I teased, Kamal laughed. Bhajee even called Majee to chastise her for forgetting to wrap and send the ...
... We have something special to remember from every day.
Paul Theroux, the travel writer, said, "Tourists don't know where they've been, and travellers don't know where they're going." We like to think of ourselves as "travellers" and hope, always to be willing to investigate anything that catches our fancy.
Thanks for following our trip and we'll be sure to let you know next time we head out!
Dan & Donna