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... was pretty far away so I didn’t stay long. I did take a video
with my phone that captures the course better than being right there on
the track. I took a different way home than the usual way. I went
through the Cascade Mountains over to Mt Rainier. A very pretty drive
with good views of Mt Rainier at the end of it. Easy trip and
busier than I expected. I would like to go back someday but there are
so many campgrounds and so few weekends to enjoy them. .
... It had looked like it had spent a good amount of time underground). But, despite the worn letters we could still make out enough letters to know that "Northern Pacific Railroad" and "Yellowstone Park" were at one time engraved in the small metal plate that we held in our hands. That kind of history you do not come across very often and Ible knew it. So, without any hesitation, she bought the luggage tag. I am kinda jealous actually. Had she not put down ...
I have been trying to get a Goat Rocks backpacking trip in for years.
The trail is rated at the top of many Best Of lists created by people who create such thing. With all the top 10 lists that clutter up the internet these days, I have become dubious of such ratings. On the other hand, I have heard good things about this trail since before Yahoo was just a steaming pile of useless information and **** that it has become. We had a dry sunny summer here in the Northwest so ...
I did a little last minute shopping and putting together of my blue turtle, including buying some custom cut foam for a mattress and a sweet solar charger. Rachel and the littlest waved good bye and I was on the road to her 80s tunes.
The drive took me through rural wilderness, where confederate flag-wavin' (?? As far as I know, Washington was still part of the Oregon Territory during that war, and was fighting its own fight against those selfish Native ...
... walk around the backstreets and notice there is a lot of properties and land for sale we wander about three blocks to Packwood airport which is tiny on the return to the car we go in a shop that says it sells antiques and collectibles but it is a bit like a junk shop at home but it actually sells some interesting stuff and the owner,an elderly lady talks us through her shop,the local wildlife and tells us that the town is rapidly dying mainly because of the internet,an ...