Mt. St. Helens south side in Spring, Washington
After struggling to barely survive financially in the flea market business, especially alone on the road, I gave up the gypsy life for a while and returned to Washington to work and live at Eagles Cliff Resort on the south side of Mount Saint Helens.
RV in Eagles Cliff campground, Washington
I parked my motorhome in the campground and when I wasn’t working Carson and I would hike and play in the surrounding Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Carson’s ready to go for a walk
Come on Carson, want to go swimming?
Curly Creek Falls from the Lewis River trail, Washington
Part of the sales area
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