Floating Feather Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We camped in Shandell and Tim's driveway. Spent the day visiting with Tim before he went to work. Drove the short 5 miles to Lake Sylvia to spend the night. Nice campground, with our choice of spots. People here are afraid to camp in the rain. Shandell picked us up and we had a nice dinner at the The Rusty Tractor. Isis, the grandpup stayed at camp and was happy to see us when we returned.
Our night at Mora campground was very very dark and quiet except for the rain off and on all night. This camp was really in a forest. Tall big trees. Huge redwood, sitka and spruce. From the map we know we are close to the ocean, just cannot see it for the forest.
I cooked breakfast. Bacon, egg and toast. Rialto Beach was our first stop. Raining in sheets and kind of blowing now. but we didn't let that stop us. ...
... Louis and together they recruited a crack team of 31mostly US army guys to be the explorers. They set off in boats and 5 months later wintered at Fort Mandan, which they built near the Mandan Indian villages 1600 miles up the Missouri, working against the current all the way. Luckily they met Toussaint Charbonneau here. Toussaint was a French Canadian trapper (of course there had to be a Canadian ...
A lot of hours on the road today, but worth it to explore the story of Mt. St. Helen, its eruption in May 1980, and the eruption's catastrophic effect on the surrounding area. We spent time at the Visitor Center 50 miles west of the mountain and then the Johnston Ridge Observatory, about five miles from the crater. Both centers presented excellent displays and we learned so ...
... Cycling along the shoreline, the view through the mist was once again stunning. This was the first time we'd been next to the real Pacific. Legs were getting weary as we approached Raymond, a major logging town and the promised campsite was nowhere to be found, "I think the nearest one is about an hour by car." So motel it was with the hope of reaching a scenic campsite ...