Columbia River Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Coulee Dam
... cooler today than it has been. We really enjoyed this day with family.
Seeing the sunset over the spillway, I am reminded of our God's greatness. It is not only OVER the man made structure; the sunset is what brings beauty to this moment. Our God is ...
... way to the Waterville Historic Hotel where Dave and Amy are the proprietors and they graciously and generously offered us their deluxe 3 bedroom apartment where we were able to spread ourselves out and renew our strength. This area had originally been the hotel lobby in the early 1940's.
After a soaking hot bath, some refreshing sleep, and a nutritious meal, we are getting ready for our next leg - through the night - to Leavenworth.
... by Don and Linda Rushton for the past 39 years and waitress, Darlene, who has worked there with them for 25 years. We were served an excellent breakfast and got into conversation first with Darlene and then with Linda about the purpose of our walk. Darlene graciously paid for our breakfast and the Rushton's gave us a donation towards the Bistro Fund! Lord bless them for their kindness and generosity!!
We then headed back to ...
... the worst of the Interstate 5 traffic around Seattle - a win-win situation! The early part of the drive was as scenic as anything we traveled 'north' of the border. In fact, our travels would take us through the North Cascade mountains and along the Wenatchee river - simply stunning scenery!
We would spend three nights at the Thousand Trails park outside of Leavenworth. This gave us time to not only explore Leavenworth but to also ...
... informational displays that our guide talked about in more detail. The most interesting part to me was the information about how the smoke jumpers train. They have a large platform they practice their landings from the jumps. Since they can't land on their feet, they land in a roll and that takes more practice. They also do physical exercise to prepare for the 90 minute level hike with a 120 pound pack and then a more strenuous hike with a 70 pound ...