Ovenell's Heritage Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... would surely want to paint them. We agreed on our way back to the car that it was probably one of our favorite hikes of the entire trip. We drove back down to the base of the mountain and back into cell phone range. I intended to call my Dad as soon as I had reception, and never could have prepared myself for the news I received as soon as my phone had coverage again.
My Dad had passed away. It was inexplicable and I could not comprehend it. ...
... 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 ...
... of stumbling around looking for clothes, my concern for the campground fashion police was definitely on the wane. Plus I was still going to have to find the zipper pulls and get my shoes on the right feet. In the end, it was all about the zipper pulls. Luckily, that effort was successful and found a perfectly good tree or where a perfectly good tree should be since it
was pitch black, no Moon or stars to lend any help. and I didn't really care. ...
... to begin with... We did see some nice country though. ;>)
The campground is owned by Pacific Power and Light. There are over a hundred sites with both water and sewer hook-ups. We just used our on-board water and saved our waste. It’s very well-lighted there at sundown. We had to close all of the blinds just to darken the coach. Quiet? You bet. There were only three rigs in total. We had decent internet and phone, since ...