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May 4, 2018 - Lewis & Clark SP-- Three Parks in Three Days

Day One of Three State Parks in Three Days. Only an hour south of where we live, Lewis & Clark State Park is divided by old Highway 99, now called Jackson Highway. It's south of Chehalis, north of the small town of Toledo on the Cowlitz River, and just east of I-5. This six hundred acre park is a rare stand of old-growth trees on the historic north spur of the Oregon Trail. The park was established in 1922, as part of an effort to preserve remaining old-growth forest along the state highway system. During the 1930s, Lewis and Clark State...

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Sep 22, 2012 - Rivers Edge RV Park, Toledo, WA

We left our beautiful view of the Straits of Juan de Fuca for Las Vegas. Our first stop was at Rivers Edge RV Park in Toledo Washington, This RV park was abandoned three years ago and a couple bought the park and has been bring it back to life. When they get finished they will have a wonderful place, they both work two jobs while working in their spare time on the RV park.

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Mar 11, 2010 - "On The Road Again"

"On the road again Just can't wait to get on the road again The life I love is with my best friend And I can't wait to get on the road again" Left Jim & Tammy's in the Harbor this morning and stopped at All Transmissions for an oil change and check up. Saw Jean & Jim before leaving and arrived at Ellen & Jim's around 4:00. Had a nice dinner and a great visit.

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Jul 28, 2009 - Mount St. Helens

Today was a road trip 125 miles down to Mount St Helens. As the crow flies, the distance is only about 60 miles, but there aren’t many roads in the crow lanes, so we had to drive around. Mount St Helens last erupted on May 18, 1980 and many of us remember seeing coverage on our local news stations. It is now a National Volcanic Monument within the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This was a very hot and hazy day in Washington, but we still were able to get a bird’s eye view from the Johnston Observatory which sits directly across from the...

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