Silver Lake Resort
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... was not happy, but the coffee was really terribly weak.
The hiking wasn't too difficult until we got to the steep slope where you had to go around carefully where some gravel had washed down the slope. Brenda was uncomfortable with this bit so she didn't pursue and Lolita had no burning desire to do it either so I followed Candae to the uppermost viewpoint on Johnson Ridge (or so ...
Monday August 4, 2014
A blueberry muffin and a cup of coffee, and we were ready to head up route 12 to Mt. Ranier National Park. Forests of old patriarch cedars, the trunks bigger than what I could hug, towered far into the sky blocking out the sun and shading the pavement. Their trunks were speckled with furry patches of olive colored moss. As the road climbed, we were treated to peeks of Mt. Ranier through ...
... wait for the cars to get moving and I decide I better get someone’s attention because the last guy I asked about getting my gun back didn’t seem to have much of an idea of what to do. I have been waiting for someone to come over and help but nobody even looks my way. I went and found a deckie and surprisingly, he just gave me the key to the safe and told me to go get my gun myself! I asked him if I could upgrade if I found a nicer gun and he ...
Thanks again to:
*Tonka our faithful chariot
*Pete and Cookie for the support and local knowledge
*Cascade Designs for the amazing tent
*Kate and Mel for sharing the adventure
*The gun-loving people of the USA for being very gracious hosts...and for not shooting us.
*Anyone who has been reading at home and following the fun
Until next time, bye for now!! :-)
[9,315 miles on the road]