Rebels By Bus

Slow Travel With Low Carbon Footprint

Salish Lodge & Snoqualmie

snoqualamie fallsThis past week another group of new Rebels discovered the fun and ease of using public transportation. We took four buses to get to the iconic Salish (Snoqualmie) Lodge in the lovely town of Snoqualmie. Highlights of the trip included good weather, great on tap root beer and gumbo at the Snoqualmie Falls brewery, the hardware/gift store on Falls Avenue, and the walk from the Salish Lodge past the rescued train cars. snoqualamie trains and trail

Each and every connection was smooth; no more than a 10 minute wait until the next bus. On the return trip, we took the Sounder train between Seattle and the Lakewood Station. For details of this trip, go to “trip directions”, in the right hand column of the RBB home page.

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