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Nov 20, 2019 - Tacoma RV has Goldie ready - made it the Chehalis Thousand Trails

The new hitch arrived today and the repair shop installed it right away. When we went to pick it up they had turned our propane off, hence the refrig/freezer went off. Ugh. Water, dripping frozen food. Had to clean the it out fully. We got on the road just after 12 and went to the Thousand Trails in Chehalis Wa arriving about 2:00. Just in time for a late lunch, setting up and getting Jay on his 3:30 board meeting call with Sunset Marina. Site H30.

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Jul 23, 2019 - Chehalis WA - Chehalis RV & Camping Resort

Back at the campground in Chehalis for a few days before heading to the coast. Got here and set up in time for the ice cream social on Sunday. We had giant sundaes. Really good! Most of the time here will be spent resting. Roger got his fill of driving going up to Mt. Rainier and Lacey, so he needs a break.

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Retired at Last!

Jul 17, 2019 - Chehalis WA - Chehalis RV & Camping Resort

Checked out a couple of forest campgrounds on the west side of Yakima after we left Quincy. We had planned to stay in one, but didn’t particularly like them. Sites were pretty short. Our backup plan was to stay in Randle WA in the RV park we stayed in last year, but we couldn’t get in. They were preparing for an event the coming weekend and didn’t have time for us. Actually, when we called, they were initially prepared to give us a site, but when they found out we were Passport America members (1/2 price camping), they were suddenly too...

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Retired at Last!

Jun 15, 2017 - Chehalis TT/ Mount Ranier

Howdy We are here in TT Chehalis,Washington right off I5 and about an hr or so from Mt.Ranier National park,where we visited on saturday and was cloudy with rain.It has been pretty much that way for the last week But it was still beautiful with its falls and overlooks and snow at the visitors center..still as weve discovered all these mountains still have snow in june.Mt Ranier has 25 glaciers that never melt,but are shrinking.on a sour note the news reported Than a jeep wrangler drove off a 1000 ft cliff in the park killing one of two. As...

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Apr 12, 2017 - Made it to Washington

On the way to Washington I turned over 100,000 miles on my truck. It still runs good and looks good and I have no plans on retiring it. I spent the night in Weed, CA and got the camera out to take some pictures of these beautiful mountains. I guess snow is ok as long as I do not have to drive in it. The rain stopped long enough for me to get the trailer setup. Drove in rain to get here and it rained after I got setup. I am not normally that lucky. My friend came over Wednesday night for about a hour and we had a nice talk. It was really...

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Mar 31, 2016 - Midway RV park

What a great day for a motorhome ride. Sunshine, no wind, good roads, light traffic and gas still under $2/gal. Followed the river all day to Portland before we made the final right hand turn of the trip. It's all north now to home base. Did our final recon at Wally world to load the fridge before we hit the border. It was a beautiful 78F here today so Randi made a huge pot of Mac/tomatoes/onions/mushrooms,mmm good. Short day tomorrow as we clean/ready the rig for the border run, wish us luck lol. See you all this weekend.

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New route 15/16

Jul 9, 2015 - Chehalis, WA

I got there as scheduled. No up date on time due to cell service being so bad. This is a big campground and I had a very nice campsite. I went to a square dance Wednesday night that I got there. Danced with a very nice lady 5 tips. She is very nice. I went up to see Mt Rainier while I was there. Stopped at in information center to get map to know where to stop to get pictures. The pictures I got were at the first stop. All the next stops it was completely covered by clouds.

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Jun 8, 2015 - Chehalis, WA

Mon, 08 Jun: Back on the "hard"... We departed Victoria sometime last evening long after we'd turned off the lights. Sandi was fighting her cold with NyQuil, which is a wonderful sleep inducer along with all its other benefits. When we awoke at 0600 this morning Seattle was sitting right outside our balcony windows. We went down to the main dining room for breakfast, opting not to fight the scrum at the buffet. Unlike all of our previous meals aboard the Regatta, this one suffered from indifferent and sloppy service. Seems as tho once the...

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2015 Travels

May 26, 2015 - Chehalis, WA

26 May: Another road day, but the last one for a while... Early up day, even used the alarm clock. We have a long day (222 mile) ahead of us, and about ⅓ of it will be slow going along the Oregon Coast and then inland to the Interstate. We set the alarm for six and pulled out of the campground a bit before eight. Fortunately the campground was fairly empty, but even still the number of cars and trucks parked partially in the roadway was enough to make it real obstacle course. We headed north on US 101 thru the town of Newport. The...

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2015 Travels

Sep 21, 2014 - Alaskan Cruise

From Chehalhis Thousand Trails We arrived here last Saturday, Sept. 13. We got up Sunday and took the girls to the kennel in Chehalis and then drove to Seattle to get on the Norwegian Pearl for an Alaskan Cruise. We boarded the ship around noon, had lunch and got settled in our room. We had a balcony on the port side on the 10th floor. It was a wonderful week and luckily we had good weather all week which everyone said was rare. Once we left Seattle, we didn’t have internet so I will give a condensed version of the week. We were at sea...

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Jul 5, 2014 - Washington Mountains

Chehalis, Washington Tuesday, July 1 Wednesday we drove to Mt. St. Helens. If you all remember...this is the volcano that erupted in Washington in 1980. Even after 40 plus years the destruction this volcano caused is still very evident. Fifty plus people were killed and many more hurt and left homeless. Hundreds of acres of trees ripped apart or burned, The next day which was very foggy we drove to Mt. Ranier. This is the highest peak in Washington and also a volcano that has not erupted in a long time. Because of the fog at 6,000 feet we...

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Oct 5, 2013 - Another Sunny Day

While going out to get newspapers, saw more deer, they are every where since it rained for 8 days, they didn't get out much. Again Mt. Rainer was spectacular in its majesty. We will leave Chehalis Wednesday the 9th, heading to Chanute Kansas, we need to have some work done on our 5th Wheel (we found to bad leaks, that were hidden and have been leaking for quit awhile. We will have the repair work done at NuWa the manufacture of our 5th Wheel.

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