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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 …
... the size of the Mount, so we were not tempted to stop and try a swim or laze on the beach. After a feed of fish and chips, luck was with us as we were given the last campsite in the Cape Disappointment State Park camp. We pitched our tent in the 'strong' wind (that would die down at sunset - famous last words) pleased that our tent was sturdy and wouldn't flatten like the ones beside us. The walk out to the Lighthouse and view over the sea exit (bar) for ...
Matthew and I headed
down after work on Friday. Taking as many back roads as possible so as
to avoid the rush hour lock up between Seattle and Tacoma. As usual all
the winding around the small towns on the way down probably doesn't
save any time, it just feels like that. We restocked the ice and got a
**** food supper from the last Safeway before Podunk and then
We avoided the draw of the middle of ...
... 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 ...
... usually is. It was a major project in the 1930's to dam up the river for jobs and electricity. I took a shortcut to bypass Kebnewick on the Washington side of the river, past a massive ConAgra run corporate farm. In English were signs saying "no trespassing." The signs in Spanish said, "Entrada." Behind these irrigated farms in the sunniest of sunny places lies a treeless plateau called Horse Heaven because of the feral horses that once roamed the area, until ConAgra did away with ...