Prospector Inn

Address: 979 S Clark Ave, Republic, Washington, 99166-5015, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 979 S Clark Ave, Republic, is near Stonerose Interpretive Center and Eocene Fossil Site.
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        Travel Blogs from Republic

        Exploring Curlew Lake, Tarte Tartan and Stone Rose

        A travel blog entry by anatw on Aug 10, 2015

        We woke early on our extremely squeaky bed. We had a leisurely breakfast and mooches around the house in the morning. Jan then drove us all to a swimming spot, so Rob could have a swim, Jan and I paddled. It was another hot day and the cool water was lovely. We then drove down to look at the scenery in the area, very dramatic and dry. We then went ...

        Jan and Mike's in Republic

        A travel blog entry by anatw on Aug 09, 2015

        We set off early from Pullman to drive for seven hours up the eastern edge of Washington then headed west through Spokane, (where we got lost and bought a replacement climbing rope). We then started following rivers, there were mosquitoes everywhere. Rob and I had a horrible row, he thought I had not been giving him enough sexual attention, we made up by having sex in a forest. We ...

        Day 17: Montana, Idaho, and Washington

        A travel blog entry by brydebsimon on Aug 05, 2015

        After a great couple of days in Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks, we headed west towards British Columbia. We had a really nice drive through a variety of terrain and ended this evening at a campsite in Kettle Falls, WA on the shore of Roosevelt Lake. Lots of logging in this area and we witnessed the entire spectrum of the ...

        Rock Creek

        A travel blog entry by garyanne on Jul 12, 2015

        24 photos

        With Courageous Christine leading the way, we set our sights towards Rock Creek to discover the quiet beauty of the winding Kettle River flanked by towering cottonwoods, golden willows and Saskatoon berries. It is a favourite of canoes and floaters and we hope to have time to float as well. Fearless Farrell and Gregarious Gary sprint ahead at times to open the many gates(9?) as we pass through pastures with crops almost ready to ...

        Everybody rides!

        A travel blog entry by garyanne on Jul 11, 2015

        10 photos

        Built out of necessity and with fierce competition in the late 1800s, the Kettle Valley Railway was vital to the booming mining industry in southern British Columbia. Amazing feats of engineering battled towering mountains, raging rivers, sheer cliffs, canyons and impossible weather conditions, but managed to drive the last spike in 1914. Thousands of Chinese workers toiled and many lost their lives for $1 a day as they worked to carve 5 tunnels out of solid granite by hand ...

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