Darrington Motor Inn

Address: 1100 Seeman St.), Darrington, Washington, 98241, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 1100 Seeman St.), Darrington.
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      A spoonful of concrete

      A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 29, 2014

      54 photos

      ... as you will see.
      Coming out the other side we have landed in the town of Concrete...Yep you heard it right ..they have named the town CONCRETE ! and that is where we are staying the night just down the road from the huge silos made from Concrete. Its a bit seedy and the guy running the place was a bit Dodgy, so if we go missing just remember we stayed at the only motel just west of Concrete ...

      I've seen fire and I've seen rain

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Jul 19, 2014

      3 photos

      This is the story of my first group car camping effort of 2014. Not to mention, my first time in about 30 years sleeping in a tent with another person.Back in May, three other friends and myself started looking for a sunny and warm campsite not too far from Seattle to spend a weekend of car camping. We went over to Washington's high desert area last year so started looking in that general vicinity. I suggested a State Park in the tiny town of Conconully, Wa. It is ...

      Day 3: Gorge Tunnel To Almost Rainy Pass, Mile 129

      A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Jun 09, 2014

      2 comments, 20 photos

      My uphill challenges begin today. I start from 1,000 feet at the Gorge Tunnel and begin the 30.5 mile climb to Rainy Pass at 4,855 feet, then churn out another 5 miles to reach Washington Pass at 5,477 feet. I stock the panniers with the essentials: Gatorade, H2O, Quest protein bars, gorp, an ...

      Ice Ice Baby

      A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Aug 20, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      I think Pete almost had a heart attack as I drove his prized T100 out of the driveway. Ahead of me was thousands of miles of open road, and dozens of America's finest national parks. But first stop was something a little closer to Seattle: the Big 4 Ice Caves and Mt Baker National Park.

      I've never been to an ice cave, so I was immediately drawn ...

      Drive to The North Cascades

      A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson on Jun 01, 2012

      6 photos

      ... trees and vegetation. Also, there are about two other people camping on our loop. We just about have the entire place to ourselves. It started raining once night fell. We're keeping our fingers crossed that it will let up tomorrow when we hike the backcountry. Fun fact: People from Washington are known for not having accents. This is true the more I talk to people. Its ...