Kahler Glen Golf & Ski Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Plate. I had a Shofferhofer and they had a pitcher of Oktoberfest. For dessert we shared a very large piece of Black Forest Cake. If you ever come to Leavenworth, Andreas Keller is the best German food.
Now we headed to the Icicle Brewery again to watch "the game." Seattle played Green Bay. The Brewery has the largest TV in town and it wasn't very busy. Most people have left for home by now. The weekend is over. They have a loft ...
... is unlike any we have ever done before. Erin has done it before. It is down a steep hill with goats on it to keep the grass "mowed." The greens were real greens with a rough. They were hilly and had water hazards and sand traps. It was a lot of fun. Derek did pretty well and beat all of us by 5 strokes. He beat me by a lot more. I think I was there for comic relief. But I did manage to win two holes and make one birdie. On our way to our ...
... about 10-15 minutes away. She said she would meet us out front of Der Ritterhof, The Knight's Castle, as our room was a little difficult to find without a map. We unloaded our stuff and then walked into town.
Our destination was Andreas Keller a German Restaurant with great food. When we walked in there was a 15 minute wait but we didn't mind because there was an accordian player serenading us with ...
So smoky due to the fires! We just wanted to get some air, finding the fresh stuff just south of the US/Canadian border.
We stopped at a fruit stand in Summerland to get gifts. Stopped at the border to give them all of our tomatoes and green onions. Stopped to convert the car's electronics back to miles from kilometers. Finally stopping at Leavenworth for the ...
... simple. Well, first my appendix burst, survived the first two days after surgery and in and out of consciousness and climbing up the slippery slope out of sepsis. I had to poop in order to leave. Zach stayed in the hospital as we both studied for the NREMT and walked lap after lap. An enema on day 5 was my ticket out and on the morning of day 6, I was good to go. Zach shot down to Eugene after a weekend in Portland with his brother. Gordon and Anne gave me the ...