2002 Country Coach Magna 37 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This review is very late in coming - so sorry Jerre and Kathy! We enjoyed visiting and sharing military stories, philosophical and legal outlooks on various topics and sharing food and wine together! They were great guests ad are welcome back anytime! We hope to get to WA for a visit one of these days!
Stayed with us one night and we had a good visit--we hope to go north west in the not to distant future
they are welcome back any time
They have a straight shot view of Mt. Rainier (however it was not visible for us due to smoke). They have a big grass area which was great for our dog. We took a nice walk to a sandy shore. The hosts were very friendly and we enjoyed having a drink down by the water one evening! One thing to keep in mind is the toll for the Tacoma Narrows bridge ($6/car + $3/axel). Would certainly return if passing through again!
We spent a great two nights and really had a nice time. They have 3 great dogs, but they are small and they keep them in a separate room if you not a 'dog person.' We are dog friendly and we shared our attention between our host and hostess and playing with the dogs. A good time was had by all.
This is a wonderful place and we look forward to returning when we pass through.
FYI!! Get phone directions. They are simple directions, but some GPS maps are not correct.
We had a quick stopover on fox Island and our hosts were very gracious. They went out of their way to print directions to various attractions our family might enjoy. Though we could not stay long, we enjoyed the peaceful setting and the gorgeous sunset over the water.
New to this community. I am an Astronomer and have lived in the Tacoma area for the past 35 years. I just sold my house in Fircrest, Wa and plan on moving soon to Twin Bridges, Montana. I am single (wife of 37 years died back in March 2007 and all three children are over 40 now and out on their own. For the past 8 years, I've been volunteering as an Astronomy Ranger at Glacier National Park during the summer and doing Public Outreach in local schools using Astronomy as an introduction to Science for grades K-12. I've also worked with the Pacific Science Center and Museum of Flight in Seattle as well as Pierce College and Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. I have no pets, do not drink, smoke and have never taken any kind of drugs. I am a US Navy Veteran and served in Vietnam (1967), I turned 78 years old back on March 29th.