Iron Springs Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... veggies for 50 cents. We continued along Willapa Bay through Tokeland and were delighted at the wonderful flatland scenery. We tried stopping a few times, but the Mosquitos were as thick as the fog had been earlier in the morning, so all of my pictures were rushed. As darkness approached, Kevin's rear tire started losing air at an alarming rate. Not wanting to fix it that moment, he tried pumping it up. To his dismay, his pump leaked air almost as fast as he could fill the tube. ...
... man from California who was just returning after an epic ride from his cat all over the country. He was jamming out to a local radio station on his solar powered speakers when we passed him the first time. We crossed paths several times throughout the day and had fun exchanging touring stories as we had both biked the Olympic Trail from Port ...
... after some famous person, but I don’t who that person is!!
We did take a little drive this afternoon . . . had thoughts of maybe driving the 31 miles around the lake . . . then changed our mind . . . drove back to the cabin and made some lunch from the provisions we had laid in . . . from Forks and Port Angeles . . . stopped in a couple of little stores (one of them, the General Store I had been to in the morning) . . . ...
... this time!! The chowder and salad was OK . . . but this place has deteriorated over the years, although the service was marginally better than the last time.
On to our lodging at Lake Quinault. When we stayed at Lake Quinault several years ago, we stayed at the Lake Quinault Lodge . . . whose claim to fame is that President Teddy Roosevelt stayed there once . . . and there is a herd of elk in the area . . . called the Roosevelt Elk ...
... that officials could inspect our vehicle contents just like they had done at Osoyoos. We waited and waited and nobody came. Eventually when we saw that they were on a cigarette break, I got out of the car to ask them if they had forgotten which they had. Once we were inspected, we were given the all clear and resumed our journey.
It was lunchtime and we headed for the nearest fast food joint which happened to be a Wendy’s burger bar (not ice ...