Mill Village Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Like I mentioned before in my last post, lava fields as far as the eye could see. We saw a couple of different kinds of crops growing too, a few scattered towns here and there as well. Nothing special though. That is until we reached the Columbia River Gorge. Now, Ible and I have traveled this stretch of road before and knew about the gorge, but we had no idea about what we saw after we had crossed the Columbia River. After stopping at a scenic view of ...
... this area. Washington state is a nice mix of farmland and wilderness ( and oh, what wilderness it is !). I was a little annoyed at the Pacific ocean for preventing the panoramas from going on forever. The drive to Mount Ranier Nat. Park was very long with almost no directional signs. But well worth it, for the views are some of the ...
... Augusto for the keys - as he constantly locks everything around him. He looks up in shock - he does not have keys. At first panic - it's late, dark and in the middle of nowhere. At least there were four of us attacking problem. I by chance had opened the towing trailer, so we had a ladder. Augusto had his hiking sticks and Gus had Kat. First we tried to use the hiking stick to unlock the door through the open kitchen window. ...
... Stanley mastered the MT, no problemo and he protected us from bears and gypsies while we slept. Mt Rainier is truely an impressive hill, in fact it is the most topographically prominent mountain in the contiguous US, but I prefer what John Mirr the first European said when he lay eyes upon it...
'Out of the forest at last there stood ...
Day 3 got started a little later this morning since the earliest ferry for Maria to join us only left Clinton for Mukilteo at 5:30am. Once she arrived and we had loaded her gear, we headed out at 6:50am in steady rain for Griggs Road and commenced walking at 8:30am.
What a special joy it was to rekindle the many special memories and spiritual lessons Maria and I had learned and shared on our ...