Stormking Spa at Mt. Rainier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the park he said. He says that this particular piece went back as far as the 1880's. Ible and I are on the edge of our seats wondering what it could be. Finally the man shows us his antique from Yellowstone. What he had was a metal luggage tag that the Northern Pacific railroad used to keep track of luggage while it was in transit on stage coaches. It was a worn out piece, most of the lettering was corroded by only god knows what (possible from moisture in ...
... in another long drive unless it ended up at home. So we bagged the option of going down to the lava caves and headed out pretty quickly after breakfast. The other car drove up through Rainier and I just meandered the back roads on my wake back to Seattle. Just enjoying the two lane country road driving for as long as I could before I hot Metro Seattle traffic. I got home early enough and with enough energy to unpack the car and take a nap before dinner. So I say Good Trip!!!
... much else to do but drink the can of not so cold beer and listen to what limited radio signal I could get so deep into the woods surrounded by mountains. The mosquitos were out in force so it was warm sitting in the car with the windows up. The wisdom of drinking a big beer came to mind when I realized that I was going to have to pee at least once during the night providing the mosquitos with an additional target to suck blood out of. Luckily, not a big target. I did ...
... this area. Washington state is a nice mix of farmland and wilderness ( and oh, what wilderness it is !). I was a little annoyed at the Pacific ocean for preventing the panoramas from going on forever. The drive to Mount Ranier Nat. Park was very long with almost no directional signs. But well worth it, for the views are some of the ...
... bridge which is fun to cross over the Laughingwater creek on,the trail carries on through dense forest and we observe various fungi on the damp tree trunks we take pictures of the enormous trees,standing and fallen and me crouching inside the rotted away inside of one.On the return we take photos from the suspension bridge and we walk down to a riverside opening and watch the river we return back to the car and drive further up towards Sunrise and stop at a frozen lake called ...