Wedge Mountain Inn
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... photo). We had dinner at Aussie Steakhouse in another town and it was excellent, really roughing it so far. After a suprisingly quiet and uneventful night, we left early the next morn to go to the ranger station in Marblemount to get our backcountry permit. Once there, unfortunately the next ranger that wasn't busy was an Andy Dick looking punk. He had barely little info on the targeted trails i mentioned and didnt ask anyone else for advice...like a dummy, i didn't either and ...
Nice fairly sunny day start today. George did have some drooling on and off this morning but got better by the afternoon. Did run into a bit of snow on the sides of the roads going over the White Pass but mostly heavy rain on and off. Stopped at Randal for lunch at "The Cafe" which was a ...
... hopefully next year it will be better......George started drooling before we hit Westbank and threw up his breakfast (note to self not to let him eat before we leave) before we got to Penticton. He continued drooling on and off most of the day! Border crossing was easy and quick. A lot of questions were asked about our snow bird status - i.e. proof of our residency in Canada. Was advised to have a full year of credit card statements as ...
I was excited to see central Washington as it's a place I'd never seen before. The drive from Seattle to Wenatchee was beautiful, driving along US2 was scenic and it was a gorgeous day. Wenatchee itself is much more industrial than I imagined, I assume its reputation as the apple capital of the world has something to do with that. ...
... were 20,000 and in the tourist magazine said they have about 8,000. I would believe both numbers as I don’t know what those amounts look like. There were stalls set up throughout the town selling bikie stuff.
We drove through Washington State Park which was on a peninsula and had really thick forest on it. At least we could see the trees because the fog was so thick we couldn’t see anything out on the water. It was a shame, as I am sure there ...