Ovenell's Heritage Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stalls where they had all the pumpkins and Fall leaves decorating the place. One was just a market stall and the other was a fun park for kids. It looked a great place to take a family.The land all around is full of apple trees. Apparently,Washington State grows the most apples in the world. I would believe them, as the apple orchards went for miles. The hills are really dry but along the Columbia River, everything was apple trees pumping water from the river.
... br> I stopped in Wenatchee and posted some parcels home to myself to ease the bulge in the suitcase. Hopefully I will be right from here. I got some directions for where we were headed from some folk in the long line up in the Post Office..(not much different from anywhere else). Wenatchee was quite a big town.
We followed the Columbia river for a while and then Lake Entiat after ...
... back towards the mountains. Found some campers willing to share their campsite and pitched her tent there.The fire had only grown worse overnight. She gave up on getting to Conconully and headed back over the Cascade Mountains and stopped in at the state and National park
campgrounds looking for an available site. By chance she found a perfect tent site for the low low price of $12. Running water bathrooms but no shower.There was even cell service. She ...
... to replace more of the on-board incandescents with LEDs as time goes by. They only use about one-tenth of the amperage of the standard lights. Enough about science.
Before we left the area, we stopped by an Interpretive Site called “In the Shadow of the Sentinels.” It’s a half mile paved trail among giant old-growth fir and other varieties of indigenous trees. A beautiful area it is, which you’ll see in ...
... to a col, cross the east glacier, then gain the northeast ridge. This turned out a lot more challenging than what I expected. The trail hiking was rough and without any vistas, the cross country hiking was a difficult bushwack and took forever, finally I was spooked by the steepness and the poor run-out of the glacier and decided to turn around. Dirk was very disappointed, since we hauled all the climbing gear, rope, and ice axe/crampons for the ...