Mt. Rainier National Park, WA

Three national parks in a row. Whoa!!! One of the main reasons we try to visit many National Parks is for girls to learn history, geography, numerous branches of science, and having unique experiences only visiting National Parks gives them. They have earned 26 junior ranger badges/patches each so far which is a fun accomplishment […]

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Olympic National Park, WA

May 2-May 5, 2018 We stayed in Port Angeles, WA, just outside of the entrance of Olympic National Park’s Hurricane Ridge. We stopped by the make-shift visitors center (renovations) before heading up to the top for our picnic lunch. It may of been the grandest picnic spot we’ve encountered on our adventure. It was also […]

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Mount Saint Helens, WA

We finally made it to Washington! This is the only state to be named after a President and all the state road signs have the presidents side profile on them. It is also the only state that has green flag.  May 1st at Mount Saint Helens. One day… why? because of the RV repair week. […]

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Eugene, OR (Again!)

April 22…. it kept changing. We ended up leaving on April 30th. We had to drive back to Eugene, or Cogburn to be specific, to have the slide on the RV repaired. This was the closest and best repair shop we could find from Cannon Beach.  We arrived on Sunday night and spent the night […]

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Cannon Beach, OR

    Cannon Beach Cannon Beach RV Park site #84 Pull Through April 14 – April 22, 2018 This park had it all; an indoor pool, hot tub, playground, basketball court, pool table and arcade. Bonus, it’s a bike ride away from Cannon Beach and Haystack rock. The girls meet some kids on the weekends […]

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Mt. Hood National Forest, OR

We visited Mt. Hood from our stay outside of Portland, OR, on April 8, 2018. It was a fun Sunday spent as a family. Mount Hood is the tallest peak, 11,240 feet,  in Oregon located in the Cascade Volcanic Arc. It has 12 named glaciers. Most of the area is closed but we found a […]

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Portland, OR

Portland has more movie theaters, restaurants, micro-breweries, and bookstores per capital than any other US city. Keep Portland Weird. Just like the slogan we saw in Austin, TX. I would say that Portland earned this title.  World’s Largest Bookstore Powell’s Bookstore Powell’s City of Books is the largest new and used bookstore in the world. It is […]

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