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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Seattle this morning and headed south down I-5 toward Mt. Rainer. It was sunny and cool but a comfortable ride so far.
We took route 410 east through the park, then headed south on route 123. As usual the higher we went the colder it became. We stopped about halfway up and put on our rain gear and some extra clothes. The scenery …
There was some trepidation in selecting this camp ground
due to its location I. The central cascades. There was still sone
concern about forest fires on the eastern side of the mountains but that
doesn't mean that the mountains wouldn't be rainy. The sites are cheap
enough that adding Thursday night to the reservation wasn't a big deal
and since Benita and Mike were going down on Thursday anyway, they
would be able to get two ...
I looked at a map a few years ago and followed a road to where it ended and it ended in a place called Mowich Lake. I have never been here. Didn't know what was here, but always wanted to find out. Luckily Claire was up for a short adventure today and we left our house at about noon, passed through Wilkeson and Carbonado. A few miles out of Carbonado, we hit a gravel road and traveled 17 ...
... center. There was a trail through the forest to the restrooms. The ferns were taller than me! There were so many colors of green in the forest...the olive of the Spanish moss, the cool green of the ferns, the deep green of the giant trees, shrubs and vines...a true temperate rainforest. Papa Pete's Pizzeria was recommended by the young park rangers for dinner. It was delicious, reasonable and the perfect ending to our ...
... calls itself the catfish capital of Oregon, but they probably don't have too much competition. After stocking up, we were off into the golden hills above the Snake River. In each valley the temp soared to the high 90's. A railroad accompanied us across the treeless hills. Soon we reached the town of LaGrande where we stopped for fuel and for a rest. We had a big lunch at Denny's and called home using the free wifi. Northwest of here the hills get wetter and Douglas firs command ...