Almost Paradise Lodging

Address: 201 Osborn Rd., Ashford, Washington, United States | Ranch
 
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    At Mt Rainier...mon night.

    A travel blog entry by whiteraven on Jul 06, 2015

    3 photos

    ... and interesteing. We headed right way to the distant seastack which normally is deep in surf, but at 8' low tide lots of cool stuff was exposed. We could have spent all day there......tons of pics of strange creatures there. After several hours, we continued south and eventually hit that shithole Abeerdeen. Since it was Sunday midday we hit a bad migration traffic to Seattle on this route. A hour bumbper to bumper...we sneaked by and changed course ...

    Auld Land Syne

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Jun 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... to leave a fire burning unattended. I was fading fast
    but want to take advantage of the clear night and get some sky pictures
    taken. I found a dark corner of the campground but the observatory
    website is right, Light pollution is becoming an issue even in
    our tiny part of the state. I took a few pictures but realized that a
    good night’s sleep would be a better use of my time. Mary Hill
    is in a gorge that holds the Columbia River. The wind tends to whip ...

    Mountains in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... forests. These forests did not include sequoias or redwoods, as we are out of that territory, and so were much smaller but still beautiful to enjoy. We were at the park late in the season, so we had the trail essentially to ourselves. The trail included a walk on a suspension bridge, allowing one person at a time, over the rushing water of the Ohanapecosh River which was now a cloudy tan color after all of the rain over the previous 24 ...

    Blood, sweat and beards

    A travel blog entry by jamesdmorley on Sep 15, 2014

    5 comments, 26 photos

    ... on the trail took us past the base of Mt. Adam - a 12,000 foot mountain still covered in glaciers. The sunsets bouncing off the ice were a welcome sight at the end of a long day. Once we had passed Mt Adam, we reached some of the most beautiful wilderness I had seen on trail. We ascended above the tree line, walking through green meadows before being pushed out on to the sides of mountains for incredible views. We saw elk, marmots and ...

    I lied about lying about being the outdoor type

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Aug 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a good idea. For the first 30 minutes, my pack would squeak each time I took a step.
    Over 8 miles, that is about 14000 squeaks. I tried but couldn’t get the squeak fixed while I had it on so I took it off and knocked the frame around a bit. Surprisingly that worked and I enjoyed a silent hike from there on out. Silent but painful.
    For the remaining 7 miles, I thought I was having a heart attack. Pain in my chest, couldn’t feel my arms and I swear, I ...