Gateway Inn & Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Ashford
... the Spirit Lake logs sank... On the way up in the ntional forest, i think the two tracks might lead to some promising sites. We left there and headed bck to our plan.... We sre now camped in cougar Rock campground...very nice...it is very close to Paradise an the slopes of Mt. rainier. We have changed our plans to more day hikes and car camping. Since we are past the holidays, all of this basic car camping is much better. People are more relaxed, i am ...
... sleep when I was awoken.
I still got up early because of the early summer sunrise here.
Everyone started waking up and we progressed to the best part of
camping, Breakfast. Scrambled eggs with veggies and some substantial
slices of bacon. After cleaning up comes the hard part of
camping, what to do all day or at least until it is time for dinner. We
decided to go for a drive along the Columbia River, west toward
Portland. A pretty drive but we were ...
... we stopped to see Box Canyon and made our way to the Visitor Center at Paradise, which was the only one open at this time of year. We enjoyed wandering around the beautiful new building, eventually finding not only a keychain but also a Swiss army knife with Erik’s name spelled correctly. He could not be convinced to purchase one, something I’m sure he will regret.
We enjoyed a stop and quick walk down to the gushing ...
... of wild mountain goats.
Goat Rocks was our final challenge: a sharp peak followed by a ridgeline called 'The Knifes Edge' which was in equal parts precarious and breathtaking. We walked through snow fields and over slippery plates of slate. The height definitely got the heart pumping! But on the edge of those cliffs, I became hyper aware of everything around me, and there was so much around me. It was an absolute ...
... 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 ...