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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a side road. As we neared the RV park, the type of tree changed from cedar to some sort of deciduous tree that was the scaffolding for thick olive green Spanish moss. It hung from the branches like long beards. We loaded the Harley into the trailer, left Packwood and drove to Seaquest State Park for the night. This was a beautiful state park, deep within the forest and just across the road from the Mt. St. ...
... Further on and we have now been bitten to buggery typical that we didn't think to buy some bug spray,we soon come across a large green slug on the path which again I manage to get Jackie around without her seeing and on we go.We are going a little slower on the return but still at a good pace passing a few wildflowers and little piles of dung which we assume are from the horses that the rangers ride in to maintain the trail.
We eventually arrive at the parking lot tired ...
... entire hill sides denuded any forest was obviously replanted and was all about the same age. We got the visitor centre around midday. The car park was full and it was busy but the visitor centre was pretty big and had a lot of informative info. There was the stories of the victims. Upon reading them you had to wonder why they were even in the area. Many were volunteers monitoring the mountain after a series ...
What a glorious day! After a pretty sunset last night, we awoke this morning to mostly clear skies, with sunshine warming our hearts as well as the air. We had to clean the Beach House before we could leave so after breakfast we divided up the chores – washing sheets and towels, cleaning the kitchen, vacuuming the floors, cleaning the bathrooms. While we waited for the last load in the dryer we played cards outside at ...
... providing phenomenal scenery. The mountain peaks have hundreds of glaciers, keeping them show capped throughout the year.
The next morning we take our time driving back out past Newhalem and Rockport, following the Skagit to the coast. Our goal is Bellingham, north near the Canadian border. We pass by I-5 and find State route 11 which wanders up the coastline into Fairhaven, southern terminus of the Alaska Marine Highway System. We have reservations to leave on ...