Mama Vallone's Steakhouse and Inn

Address: 302 W. First St., Cle Elum, Washington, 98922, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cle Elum

PCT day 142. 9/8/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Sep 08, 2015

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... me that many hikers have quit already. There are few hikers left on the trail. We are the last few that will make it these 267 miles left to walk. He mentioned hikers that have quit that I never thought would quit. Wow!!! Its mostly mental now. Been thinking much on the trail, reflecting on my journey, remembering all the random great people i have met, both thru hikers and trail angels. I was remembering what MorningStar was telling when we reach towns for ...

The Pink Yo-Yo

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Aug 19, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... those thoughts to the back of my head, there was no turning around again. I asked all the hikers I knew headed north where they had seen her and slowly but surely I began to make up the distance. As I got close, I camped early as to not pass her in her tent and get ahead, but since I seem to wake up so early now it happened the next morning anyway. The next day non of the north bounders had seen her so I knew she must have been behind ...

Sightseeing in Seattle

A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 27, 2014

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... brothels were very creative gals! Seattle was also known for being a supply point for those making their way to the gold rush in Alaska. So it sounds like some things never change. The tour was worth the time spent just for the history alone.

We made it back "up the hill" to our campsite by early evening and decided to go to the laundry mat and get all that laundry done. Boy am I happy to have that mess taken care ...

Across Washington State

A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 21, 2014

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... campers here in summer are from the city and used to the noise.

We are not anymore and used to quiet, however had been on a noisy highway for past 10 days in Idaho. The cool mountain air felt refreshing. Only downside is how close we are to the Interstate but we just shut all the doors and windows after cool down and slept well.

Off to the Puget Sound area where it will be cooler and wetter. but that is the next story.

Woodland Paradise

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jun 10, 2014

6 comments, 4 photos

... able to join her at "dessert" (not lunch) with some of her oldest friends, which was a lot of fun. Afterwards, we went over to Roslyn, an even smaller nearby town, which was a coal mining hub in the 19th and 20th Centuries. We had a good time going up and down the rows of the ancient cemetery, reading the dates and creating stories about the people there.

After that, we headed over to the downtown district, which played the role of ...