Stevens Pass Motel

Address: 809 Croft Ave., Gold Bar, Washington, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 809 Croft Ave., Gold Bar, is near Wallace Falls State Park, Alpental Ski Area, Skyland Ranch, and Hyak Ski Area.
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Travel Blogs from Gold Bar

Epilog - the wonderful life of Gus Schlepp

A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Nov 06, 2014

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Epilog – The long and wonderful life of Gus Schlepp

Gus' wonderful life came to its end on October 31st 2014 at 8 am. He was 91 years old and died peacefully at his home in Sammamish, Washington with Gwenn by his side as he took his last breaths. To the end, he was a gentle giant always interested in knowing how those around him were doing. His last words to me, as Gwenn put the phone to his years a few days ago were: "how is Carla doing" as ...

JonaBeth

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Sep 13, 2014

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... about the lawn, Jerry was worried about Vantasia claiming lives. Once advised, we landed Vantasia with grace and quietly slipped into the evenings slumber. Our plans take us to Seattle tomorrow and back to trail this Monday. Also, we'll be picking up our marriage license before we head back out to the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Ya know, 'cause we're getting married and all. What a wonderful time in our ...

Epilogue and Observations

A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 10, 2014

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... t fly at all

- We used 356 gallons of fuel at an average cost of $5.71/gallon (less than my trip 3 years ago with Sean!).

- The least expensive fuel was $4.90 (Buffalo, WY), and the most expensive was $7.63 (Ithaca, NY).

- We camped out in tents 3 nights, stayed in hotels 5 nights, and stayed with friends the rest of the time.

- We only put the plane in a hangar two nights (Dayton and Omaha – hail there is enough to scare ...

Day 15: The Last Day

A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 10, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... that would could fulfill an old tradition: we listened to a song by a local Seattle composer named Gary Gess called "640 Eks", as well as another called "Lady of the Lake". Somehow, back when I used to listen to music on a CD player (remember those?) during my airshow days whenever I was on the last leg home, that was the album I listened to. For some reason, no matter how hot and tired I was, those pieces of music always made me feel that ...

Sammamish River Trail

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 07, 2014

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... br>


Along the trail there is a park that we have ridden by countless times without stopping. For some reason though, today, George stopped near the park and I wandered up to take a better look at the sculptures that reside in the park but are rarely visited. The sculptor's name, Dudley Carter, and on this day we ...