Skagit River Resort / Clark's Cabins
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Today we drove around 310 miles.
We did get to stop off at the REI at Spokane, WA. Indy has to have the smallest REI ever. We got Jess some Black Diamond trekking poles and went out our way.
We did drive through North Cascade NP on our way to our "mobile home", more on this later. North Cascade NP is not busy by any means. The …
We headed north and finally reached our campsite at Marblemount, on the border of the North Cascades National Park, just as it was getting dark so we hurriedly put our tent up. In the morning, we had a few furry friends hanging around for breakfast - the campsite was full of rabbits! We set out the next morning for Cascade Pass, in the national …
On the BC Day long weekend at the start of September, we went on a camping trip to Washington. We left after work and unfortunately got a late start after having to swap cars at the rental place - they gave us a convertible which was fun to drive over Burrard Bridge with the top down, but we discovered it had absolutely no boot space! We headed …
... One tree was core-sampled and found to be about six hundred and eighty years old. It’s seven feet across at the base and towers above it’s neighbors.
We rejoined Highway 11 and went back to Concrete. From here we drove along various bodies of water and rivers. The water has a mystical green hue and is beautiful. Water levels are low now due to the drought which we have seen throughout our trip. We stopped for lunch ...
... will need to research a bit more just what all this park entails.
We had just enough time to make the Mukilteo Ferry and head to our hotel near SeaTac airport. It was a bit of a whirlwind day but enough time to squeeze in a few extra sites, learn a bit more about the area and decide where we would love to visit on our next trip to Washington. National Geographic Traveler calls this loop one of America's Grandest most Spectacular Drives. And it was!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSkagit River Resort / Clark's Cabins Rockport
This was a mobile home from the 70's, wood paneling and all! It was somewhat cheap and the closest place to our hike but no hot water heater?!?
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