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Aug 13, 2018 - Millersylvania State Park

I was given information about a couple of state parks in the area so I looked them up to see if there were letterboxes there. Bingo with Millersylvania State Park south of Olympia. The campground is on the north side, so I decided to go the scenic route and not on I-5. It started out okay but soon enough I was sitting for 20 minutes at a construction site where they are building a traffic circle! They do love their circles in the residential districts! The park was given to the State of Washington in 1921 to be used as a park forever! The...

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Jun 19, 2018 - An Early 75th Birthday

Millersylvania State Park June 14-18, 2018 Twenty miles south of our place, Millersylvania SP is a “go-to” state park. This time it was for a combination of Mary Anne’s early 75th birthday, as well as Father’s Day. Mary Anne’s actual birthday is July 15th. But Julie and Michael were going to be in the Netherlands then. So, we put together a camping trip for an early birthday celebration, as well as celebrating Father’s Day for Chris and me. Mary Anne and I got to Millersylvania on Thursday. That night we took the car to SeaTac and got...

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Oct 20, 2014 - Alder to Maytown, WA

October 20, 2014 Had a nice camp fire last night and Bob won another game of cribbage! (he is ahead by 4 games) Neither of us woke up until 9:15 this morning! Must have been the dark and the light rain. Rather than to go to Mt. St. Helens in the rain we decided to drive north a bit on SR7 which was very picturesque with fall colors and rivers. We drove around what is known as Tacoma Power Park where we saw lots of evidence of logging where areas had been stripped of trees down to 1 foot of the ground. We then headed west on SR 702 and...

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Jun 10, 2009 - Second Voyage: Millersylvania SP

Millersylvania SP (WA) May 26-29, 2009 In addition to getting out camping yet again, a purported reason for this trip was to see how well the unit did when dry-camping. Millersvania SP is about fifteen miles directly south of Lacey, as the proverbial crow-flies. By freeway and roads, we drove about twenty miles from house to camp-site. I’d made reservations with hook-ups. But we decided to try “dry” camping as long as we could. After we got the motor home set-up, we took Nick for a walk through the woods to Deep Lake. While walking along...

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