Silver Bay Inn & Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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No signal for many miles in rhe northern cascades. This is jyst a quck post more later tonight. Yesterday we backpacked way up above the treeline to Hidden Lakes. And made it safely down this morning. All i can say is WOW. A couple pics for a qucik look until ...
... hills full of sagebrush. As we turned onto WA-17S, we did run into another dam on the Columbia River, this one was the Chief Joseph Dam, and it was smaller than the Grand Coulee, but still produced a lot of electricity.
The road continued from WA-17, to US-97, to WA-153, and finally into WA-20W. A lot of this was through the Colville Indian reservation, and there was very little scenery along the way. The only strange ...
... take us down to the western town. Very quaint shops and eateries fill the Main Street. Susan gets the shirt and back we go to the RV. It is 86 so on goes the air and off come some of the wintery clothes. Another highlight is the Tipi dinner we have reserved for our meal. The owner comes to pick us up and deliver up to a custom, 18 pole tipi in her back yard. This only holds 8 people max and we are her only guests tonight. We have salty, picked ...
... hole of sorts. Stehekin has cars and roads but only within Stehekin. There is no land network to another town besides hiking and the lake ferry. So we had told Lindsey in a last minute message to meet us at high bridge on the 20th around noon. We got to high bridge, no Lindsey. No cell coverage so we couldn't even bum someone for a phone call. So we took the lucky hitch into town and found a ...
... laid out plans as to the how and when of this event. Finally the end is in sight! 8/21/2014 25.8 miles (2184.3) So far Washington has been chalk full of roads, logging trucks and private property. The forest is a dense canopy of trees and ferns that helps to block the site of all the man mad atrocities though. 8/22/2014 23.2 miles (2207.5) The elevation so far after crossing into Washington has been seriously tough. We haven't seen grades like this since ...