Iron Springs Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... this along in this pattern: biking, stopping to fill Kevin's tire while Mosquitos feasted on our oxygen rich blood, then biking again, until the elevation started to rise and we made it out of mosquito country. We found a nice spot to camp in a clearing along the road and I made my most ambitious meal to date on my supercat stove. A veggie soup with ramen noodles and 6 eggs. The soup was delectable after a long day of surfing and biking. Cleaning up the pot, however, was not quite as ...
Showed our friends, the Bowers, from the night before our hammocks and cook-set. They were impressed with their efficiency and simplicity and marked down the name of my hammock to look into. We should never have access to picking tables, as evidenced by the mess we made that morning for breakfast (see picture). After cleaning up our site, we continued continued along 101. When we arrived at the coast we took the first stop we could at Ruby ...
... section . . . there was a 1939 issue of a Sears Roebuck Catalog!!
One of the items in the museum was a round ice box . . . it had a lazy Susan in the top . . . so you could rotate it to find things . . . but a design flaw . . . the blocks of ice were square . . . and had to be chipped to fit!!!
Another item in the services section . . . was a wedding dress . . . made out of parachute cloth . . . the real deal!! It ...
... rocky hill . . . and take a lot of maneuvering to get to them . . . not good for Carol’s walking and carrying bags . . . plus groceries.
Some little fun facts . . . each of the cabins is named after a peak in the Olympic National Park. Mt. Ellinor was named in 1856 by a Professor George Davidson of the United States Coast Survey to honor Ellinor Fauntleroy, his sweetheart, who became his wife a year later!! Now, isn't that ...
... 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 ...