Mill Village Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... temps heated up again. We rode up to Yakima's fertile valley full of thousands of happy apple trees being sprayed to beat the heat. Fruit boxes were stacked stories high in town. From here we took trusty US-12 up into White Pass. We ascended the dry side of the Cascades passing rushing rivers and lakes along the way. The forest was thick with Sitka, firs, and aspens. The river below churned through a canyon of black volcanic rocks, places here by Rainier or Adams, no doubt. (It reminded ...
... 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 ...
... was delayed, so I sat down all alone for dinner in the restaurant, and started to get the odd sense that I was staying in the hotel from The Shining. However, the food was incredible: full marks, Clarion Hotel! Alison eventually showed up and we chatted for a while before bed.
"I’ll take you to Paradise", promised our tour leader, Graeme, as we introduced ourselves. Luckily, Paradise turned out to be the ...
... next day we drive north past Seattle to the Northern Cascades. We spend some time on I-5 through the city, but detour to the east prior to reaching the Everett area. The bridge here just collapsed a week ago and traffic gets gnarly on the bypass route through town. What this means for us is a nice pastoral drive through the countryside.
We came upon the Skagit river in Rockport and followed it up to Newhalem in North Cascades National Park. Arriving at 4:55 p.m., we manage to ...
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 ...