National Park Inn At Mount Rainier
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... this is huge, the waitress then said the fajitas are coming.... WHAT?... then a massive hot plate of veggies came out... it was unbelievable. There was enough to feed a family of four. Dans burrito was double the size of what you would expect! We saved the leftovers for dinner tonight! It was amazing food and soooo cheap! I think we are going to enjoy America!
After a few days in the forest we are heading off to the city of Portland tomorrow, followed by some beach ...
... I could pick a date in the future and be pretty sure it wouldn’t get
To be extra sure, I picked the next weekend as the short range forecasts were lining up nicely for a weekend in the mountains. I left work around 3 and took the back roads down to the Packwood and the trail head.
Driving down the Eastern side of Mt Rainier National Park. I missed the turn off to Packwood and was heading to Yakima for a bit. I stopped at a look out a ...
Night 14: Up the Cascades From Farewell Bend, OR, to Mt. Rainier NP, WA Today we drove 400 miles. It was a long day of driving and off-the-cuff navigating that took a lot out of us. Weather started hit with temps reaching 97 under sunny skies. As we ascended the Cascades temps bottomed out at 67, but mostly averaged 75, which is hot for this location. The Pacific Northwest is under an odd high pressure and is taking a break from its usual rain and gloom. Because of the unusually clear ...
... content about 1 hour 50 minutes still not bad for a couple of old timers.
We drive the short drive back to the cabin and celebrate our tiring but wonderful achievement of the day with,yes you've guessed it beer and wine we relax for a while and shower get changed and venture off down to town and return to the Blue Spruce pub and have dinner I have fried chicken with jacket potato and garlic bread which is a bit bland and Jackie has a Tequila chicken burger with pica de ...
Two places in Washington we had wanted to go for a while were Mt. Saint Helens and Mt. Rainier. Mt. Saint Helens erupted on May 18, 1980 when I was in Jr. High School. It was a fascination to me then and for years to come since it was the only volcano (that I know of) that had erupted in the lower 48 in my lifetime. Along winding, mountainous roads we went and there, a vista stop along the way, we gazed at the flat topped mountain. The day ...