Three Rivers Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... rain. It is sad that the people survived the bushfires and then get hit with mud slides. The town of Oso is also somewhere in the vicinity, and that is where the mudslides last year, killed many people.
When we came to Winthrop we started taking photos of these really cool signs. People were looking at us but we didn’t think much of it until we drove on around the corner and they have a whole town of old buildings. Apparently, the guy that owned the ...
Well I am almost packed and ready to go. I am excited and stressed at the same time. I can't believe how fast the time has come. I booked this trip in September 2012 and have been counting the days down since. The countdown has been on my Facebook and my phone letting me know how many days are left until my adventure begins. I remember clearly being at 500 days and still being this excited. The ...
... at me.
After dinner we headed over to the hotel to change into our Pj's, and watched the Amazing Race season opener and relaxed until bed. We have to be up at 5:30am to catch a cab to the airport by 6:30. But the hotel is supplying a good breakfast before we head out. Hopefully it will stop pouring rain by tomorrow morning. The last flight from Bellingham we hit high winds and massive rains and almost got into a plane accident. At the moment it looks just like that day.
... Birch Bay is still one of our favorite sites we encountered along the way, we closed our last night of "roughing it" with a perfect fire, perfect hamburgers, if I do say so myself, and my perfect, wonderful family. What a great trip, we are excited already about the next Barchel (a la Farkel) adventure. Thank you all for sharing our journey with us. Love, the ...
... Ideal Husband, so I filled him in in the car. It was a fairly good class; Dad talked about the oddity of a book that had no likeable characters, and the swing of styles from tragedy to comedy. We went back and packed the car, and I also vacuumed the house. I managed to fit all my books in under the seats. We left about 2:30 and went to Grandma's, where we said goodbye and dumped ...