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Old 08-30-2014, 04:46 AM   #155
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Moosetags, not sure exactly where you are headed; but if Olympia is along the way, Washington Land Yacht Harbor (Airstream) RV Park is a great stop. It's about a mile south of I-5; and there's a Costco, WalMart, and lots of shopping and restaurants within a few blocks of the campground. Watch for traffic coming over the hill, if you have to turn across traffic; as a car t-boned an RV coming out of the park while we were there. From the skid marks on the road, this must happen frequently.

The campground host only charged us $18 back in April, even though we are not WBCCI members and expected to pay the higher rate.

Also, don't worry if the office doesn't answer the phone or return your calls. The staff seems to be part-time or out-and-about a lot of the time. With 160 sites, I'm pretty sure there's always room for one more.

It was empty when we were there in April, but that might be different during the peak summer season. The second day we were there, the entire northwest regional chapter of the Good Sam Club arrived for a rally; and we were the only Airstream in the park (except for a couple of their members). However, there were still lots of spaces near the office, which seem to be reserved for Airstreams only.

We are really enjoying your pictures. Wish we were there, instead of sitting at home in Phoenix where it's 110 degrees!

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Reservations: 360-491-3750 | Office: 360-459-0198

GPS: 47° 3.060'N 122° 44.817'W

The main part of the campground is a gravel parking lot. However, all sites have full hookups; and they are very wide and long, and will easily accommodate even the largest rigs. There are a few "premium" sites up front next to the office, which have shade, a picnic table and a concrete island that acts as a mini-patio. That is where we parked.

The morning after we arrived, Good Sam hosted a rally for all Good Sam units in Washington, and we were surrounded by huge motorhomes and SOBs. That's when the office suggested that we move to a first-row, premium site (same price, $18).

One key feature of this campground is the hidden park area, and extensive dog run with off-leash enclosure. A long grassy, tree bordered, dog run follows below the western edge of the gravel parking lot; and if you follow the path towards the meeting hall, it drops down through an arched tunnel of trees and greenery to a huge park, similar in size to most local city parks in Phoenix. This area also has a big picnic area in a grove of trees, and the off-leash dog enclosure. This entire potion of the campground makes it a hidden gem for dog owners, and I suspect most overnight campers are completely unaware of this back area, which comprises about half of the campground.

160 RV sites, full hookups, 30 amp service, water, sewer, free WiFi. Cable TV provides limited channels. Antenna improves reception slightly, but major broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, etc.) are not available. FOX is the only major network received, but the signal is clear. Excellent cell and 4G broadband service.

Rates: $27/nite - non-WBCCI members ($18 for members).

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Hello Everyone,

Lucy made her escape from the campground and quietly slipped out of Moses Lake, Washington. Her replacement hitch is working well. We made a quick stop at the Moses Lake Post Office, headed out in a northwesterly direction. We made our way through the Washington countryside on an assortment of back roads. In the 150 miles between Moses Lake and Twisp, Washington we only went through one town. That was Ephrata, Washington which was only about twenty miles out of Moses Lake.

Most of the trip was through high desert country with quite a few steep mountain upgrades and downgrades, including a four mile 12% downgrade. Fred's exhaust braking system handled this very well, even with Lucy doing a lot of pushing.

As we got closer to Twisp, the desert terrain gave way to the more treed landscape of the Okanogan National Forest. We were diverted from our route on Washington State Road 153 because of a mud slide that had blocked the road.

We arrived at the Riverbend RV Park in Twisp at around 4:00 PM. There were two other Airstreams already camped there, both of them larger than Lucy. This is a really nice campground that is directly on the Methow River.

We went into Twisp for some groceries and came back to Lucy for supper.

It was sure good to get on the road again with Lucy.

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Moosetags, not sure exactly where you are headed; but if Olympia is along the way, Washington Land Yacht Harbor (Airstream) RV Park is a great stop. It's about a mile south of I-5; and there's a Costco, WalMart, and lots of shopping and restaurants within a few blocks of the campground. Watch for traffic coming over the hill, if you have to turn across traffic; as a car t-boned an RV coming out of the park while we were there. From the skid marks on the road, this must happen frequently.

The campground host only charged us $18 back in April, even though we are not WBCCI members and expected to pay the higher rate.

Also, don't worry if the office doesn't answer the phone or return your calls. The staff seems to be part-time or out-and-about a lot of the time. With 160 sites, I'm pretty sure there's always room for one more.

It was empty when we were there in April, but that might be different during the peak summer season. The second day we were there, the entire northwest regional chapter of the Good Sam Club arrived for a rally; and we were the only Airstream in the park (except for a couple of their members). However, there were still lots of spaces near the office, which seem to be reserved for Airstreams only.

We are really enjoying your pictures. Wish we were there, instead of sitting at home in Phoenix where it's 110 degrees!

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9101 Steilacoom Road S.E., Olympia, WA 98513
Reservations: 360-491-3750 | Office: 360-459-0198

GPS: 47° 3.060'N 122° 44.817'W

The main part of the campground is a gravel parking lot. However, all sites have full hookups; and they are very wide and long, and will easily accommodate even the largest rigs. There are a few "premium" sites up front next to the office, which have shade, a picnic table and a concrete island that acts as a mini-patio. That is where we parked.

The morning after we arrived, Good Sam hosted a rally for all Good Sam units in Washington, and we were surrounded by huge motorhomes and SOBs. That's when the office suggested that we move to a first-row, premium site (same price, $18).

One key feature of this campground is the hidden park area, and extensive dog run with off-leash enclosure. A long grassy, tree bordered, dog run follows below the western edge of the gravel parking lot; and if you follow the path towards the meeting hall, it drops down through an arched tunnel of trees and greenery to a huge park, similar in size to most local city parks in Phoenix. This area also has a big picnic area in a grove of trees, and the off-leash dog enclosure. This entire potion of the campground makes it a hidden gem for dog owners, and I suspect most overnight campers are completely unaware of this back area, which comprises about half of the campground.

160 RV sites, full hookups, 30 amp service, water, sewer, free WiFi. Cable TV provides limited channels. Antenna improves reception slightly, but major broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, etc.) are not available. FOX is the only major network received, but the signal is clear. Excellent cell and 4G broadband service.

Rates: $27/nite - non-WBCCI members ($18 for members).

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Thank you so much for the recommendation of the Washington Land Yacht Harbor. We had planned to tour western Washington. Now Olympia is on our list. We will plan a couple of nights at the Washington Land Yacht Harbor.

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This morning we awoke at at Riverbend RV Park just outside of Twisp, Washington. This is a great place to stay. There are shade trees, the sights are level and the hook-ups are good. Lucy has a campsite with a great view out of her dinette windows. We can see the Methow River with the mountains in the background.

There are two other Airstreams next to us at this campground. It looks like a mini Airstream Rally. I don't think that we have ever seen this many Airstreams in the same small campground in the middle of nowhere.

We plan to stay here again tonight. Tomorrow we are going to take the scenic drive across Washington Highway 20 to Marblemount.

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That's right. The name of the town that Lucy is camped in is Twisp, Washington. It is a small town at the edge of the Cascade Mountains. It also the home of the North Cascades Smoke Jumper Base. This is the place where the concept of firefighters parachuting into forest fires was born and developed in 1939. A small group jumpers trained and developed the program here. The first actual jump into a forest fire was done from here on August 10, 1940. It is still the training ground and the main base of the US Forest Service's Smoke Jumper Program.

We visited the Smoke Jumper Base today and got a tour of the facility by one of the Smoke Jumpers. It was very interesting to hear about the training and missions of the Smoke Jumpers. We were the only ones on the tour and got to ask a lot of questions. We left with a great respect for these men and women who do this demanding and dangerous job.

We then drove up to Winthrop, Washington, where we toured the Winthrop National Fish Hatchery. It was enlightening to hear about the Salmon hatchery program that was a direct result of the building of the Grand Coulee Dam in 1936. The building of this dam precluded the Salmon from swimming up the Columbia River to their spawning grounds. The US Fish and Wildlife Service runs the hatchery to supply Salmon to the Columbia River who return to their ocean habitat.

We drove out east on Washington Highway 20 enjoy the mountain terrain.

We got back to Lucy around supper time and made some preparations for tomorrow's departure. We plan to head over to the North Cascades National Park.

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This morning we broke camp in Twisp and headed out with Lucy to take on North Cascades National Park.We drove through the Park on Washington Highway 20. The scenery along this route is spectacular. This is one of the most scenic drives in the
United States.

We continued west on Washington 20 all the way over to I-5. We took I-5 North to Bellingham, Washington where we got Lucy a campsite at the Bellingham RV Park.

All of tonight's pictures were taken along the North Cascades Scenic Highway.

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Beautiful pics!
I'm putting this area on the bucket list, for sure..
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Beautiful pics!
I'm putting this area on the bucket list, for sure..
Here are a few more pictures of the route through the North Cascades National Park that wouldn't fit in last night's post.

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Here are a few more pictures of the route through the North Cascades National Park that wouldn't fit in last night's post.

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Wow!

As I see it, you guys are doing it right if scenery like this is available. Tow the AS to the next campground then take the truck/camper and explore.

Still it must have been really difficult to concentrate on the driving with all those great vistas.

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Wow!

As I see it, you guys are doing it right if scenery like this is available. Tow the AS to the next campground then take the truck/camper and explore.

Still it must have been really difficult to concentrate on the driving with all those great vistas.

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We usually do the bulk of our touring sans Lucy. Yesterday, in the North Cascades National Park, we had Lucy in tow for the entire day. This roadway provides ample pull-outs that can accommodate a trailer and tow vehicle.

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Brian and SuEllyn, glad to see you are documenting your trips again. I had missed them. I've been too busy to watch for this and just saw it today.

You are reminding me of places we have been before. We haven't been able to travel much lately and this vicarious trip makes me nostalgic and I hope we can get on the road again next year.

If you go back to Duluth, there's a municipal campground south of downtown overlooking the St. Louis R. Kind of hard to find, but lots of trees and good hookups. We liked Duluth and visited the very good railroad museum there, saw the lift bridge (a big deal in Duluth) and ate at some good restaurants. There were also good restaurants in Grand Marais. We camped along the Gunflint Trail at a commercial campground where I had to replace the wheel bearings on one wheel. Almost lost the wheel on the way, but were one mile from the campground and limped in. Had to get parts in Grand Marais and on the drive back, saw a moose on the Gunflint Trail. He made it clear it was his road, but he eventually and slowly went back into the trees and let us pass.

It rained in Ely and we had a leak from one of the fans, but I got it sealed at a tire dealer who had a long enough ladder to get on the roof. After than I bought a collapsible ladder.

On that same trip, about 5 years ago, we went into Canada and came back through western ND. There was no oil boom then and it was just wheat, hay and more wheat and hay. Twenty or 30 years from now, there will be lots of empty houses and businesses, dying towns and the oil will have played out. Then it will look like other areas picked over by a boom.

I dont think you can tow an RV over the Going to the Sun Hwy. it was restricted for many years. Not a good road for people like me with acrophobia. We went part way up the west side and I was sure the road would collapse off the side of the mountain. That's when I told Barb I was going to drive and turned around and went back down where I could breathe easier. So far as I know the road has not fallen off the side of that sheer face, but I know it will if I ever go back. I've driven many old mining roads in Colorado with sheer drops, but that highway got to me. Also thrilling were the 18 wheelers speeding down the road from a construction project at the summit.

I love your photos. You take pictures of the same things I do—old movie theaters, old buildings and weird things along the road. It is almost like being there.

I hope SuEllyn gets used to the 23'. I think it would be difficult (and expensive) to trade again. I wouldn't want to give up that 3' as we use every foot of our 25'. Not the first time I've read about a Hensley breaking. Maybe a ProPride would be a good upgrade.

I always thought "moosetags" meant you were tagging moose by seeing and photographing them. Now I see there's more to it— it is a business too. Will you have to tow a utility trailer full of tags and mailing envelopes?

Keep this up. I'm enjoying it.

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Hi Gene. I thought that you had been around here long enough to know what Moose Tags were. We don't have to tow a extra trailer along to carry all the Moose Tags that we need. I wish that we did. We do have every spare inch of space in the Airstream and the Outfitter crammed with Moose Tags and mailing supplies. We usually ship two or three orders a day.

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OK, now you've got my curiosity up... I thought "moose tags" were big game hunting permits. Evidently, that's not what they are, since Gene thinks you need an extra trailer to carry them around in; and you have a business that requires mailing supplies to ship them out.

I give up -- What are they? You aren't selling moose "cow pies" to tourists, like "pet rocks", are you?
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OK, now you've got my curiosity up... I thought "moose tags" were big game hunting permits. Evidently, that's not what they are, since Gene thinks you need an extra trailer to carry them around in; and you have a business that requires mailing supplies to ship them out.

I give up -- What are they? You aren't selling moose "cow pies" to tourists, like "pet rocks", are you?

Phoenix

You are going to have to know the secret handshake to get that kind of information. Or Brian could just tell you!

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