About the Area

There are many places nearby to explore, or where you can relax, read, or simply take a nap. The mown meadows around the house can be used for rustic games of croquet, horseshoes or bocce ball. There is a trail to wander through the surrounding treed land.  You can build a fire in the fire pit and grill hot dogs or roast marshmallows for smores.

 

During fishing season, there are creeks, lakes and a nearby dam where you can fish for trout. During the late summer and fall you can forage for huckleberries, blackberries, salmonberries, or ripened apples, walnuts, plums and cherries. If you are knowlegable, there are morel, chanterelle and matsutake mushrooms in the nearby Gifford Pinchot forest during the late spring and autumn. 

 

Randle is located 25 minutes from White Pass and makes a great base for ski weekends during the winter. A herd of Roosevelt elk uses our land to get to and from the valley below for feeding and water, so it’s not unusual to spot them. There are also friendly deer who frequently come to visit. 

 

At dusk you might see bats catching insects.

 

At night it is so dark, you get an excellent view of millions of stars, and in the late summer, you can view the Perseid meteor showers.

Twinkle Twinkle - David Mumford
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  • Starry skies

  • Outdoor fire pit

  • Tea pot & coffee maker

  • Parking 

  • Television

  • Full kitchen

  • Carbon monoxide monitor

  • Smoke Alarms

  • Auxiliary fans | heaters

  • Basic supplies

  • Extra linens, if needed

  • Toiletries | hair dryer

PHONE:

206.973.7291

Images © 2016 by Terri Nakamura, Scott Horsfall, Dave & Keela Robison; Royalty-free Music courtesy of FMA

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