60 Inn: The Colony. Handy to Williamsburg, being only 25 Mi. away. 35
rms., 25 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c.
ROLLINS, VA. (Esso G-9) 7 Mi. N. of Roanoke.
11 Guest House: Mrs. W. H. Policy. Old Virginia country home modernized.
Well-furnished. Large airy rms. 10 guests. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FGar.
HOT SPRINGS, VA. Pop. 1,000. Alt. 2,195'. (Esso G-7) 20 Mi. N. of
220 Famous as a health resort for generations.
Hotel: The Homestead. One of the famous resort hotels of America.
Fashionable and good. 600 rms., all WB. A. 2WB $20.00 up. Gar. $1.00.
Inn: Valley View. 3 Mi. N. on US 220. Open Mar. 15 to Nov. 15. Re-
stricted clientele. This should certainly be satisfactory to any reasonable
person, for it offers pleasant accommodations and fine hospitality. 32 guests.
All rms. in cottages. A. 2NB $12.00. 2WB $14.00 up. FGar. Small dogs P.
LEXINGTON, VA. Pop. 4,000. (Esso H-8) 54 Mi. N.E. of Roanoke.
11 & 60 Home of Washington and Lee University and Virginia Military Institute.
Hotel: Robert E. Lee. 3rd and Main Sts. Offers satisfactory accommoda-
tions for those reaching here at nightfall. 80 rms., all WT, 60 WB. Meals.
E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.50 up. Gar. 50c. Pets P.
LURAY, VA. Pop. 2,750. (Esso K-6) 91 Mi. S.W. of Washington, D. C.
211 Luray Caverns attract thousands every year.
Guest House: "Virginia Chapman." 22 S. Broad St. A small home,
nicely furnished and comfortable. 10 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB
$3.00. FPark. Pets P.
Cottage-Camp: Luray. 1 Mi. W. Accommodates 50. Cottages are com-
fortable. Some WB. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.
LYNCHBURG, VA. Pop. 40,750. (Esso H-9) 123 Mi. W. of Richmond.
29 & 460 Hotel: Virginian. 8th and Church Sts. Typical, modern American
hotel. Fireproof. Colonial furnishings. 200 rms., 180 WB. E. 2NB $3.00.
2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c-75c. Pets P.
MARTINSVILLE, VA. Pop. 8,000. (Esso G-ll) 55 Mi. S. of Roanoke.
58 & 220 Guest House: Spotswood Hall. 712 Starling Ave. The valley route
which takes you through here is beautiful. This home is in the residential
district. Is quiet and operated with distinction. 16 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB
$2.25. FPark. No pets.
MATHEWS, VA. Pop. 350. (Esso N-9) 70 Mi. E. of Richmond.
14 Guest House: Green Mansion. 1% Mi. E. of North Post Office. Large,
Colonial-type home facing the water. Farm life at its best. Swimming, fish-
ing, etc. 35 guests in main house and cottages. A. 2NB $6.00. FPark. Pets P.
MIDDLEBURG, VA. Pop. 300. (Esso L-5) 41 ML W. of Washington, D. C.
50 Guest House: Welbourne. This is a large, beautiful, private home, taking
a few guests and entertaining them in a quiet, dignified way. 7 rooms, 6 WB.
A. 2NB $8.00. 2WB $10.00. While references must be exchanged (write
Mrs. N. H. Morison), the beauty of this place is well worth the small trouble
MIDDLETOWN, VA. Pop. 450. (Esso K-5) 13 ML S. of Winchester.
11 First clocks and first binders of America made here.
Inn: The Wayside. Open Mar. 1 to Nov. 15. Originally built in 1797.
Lucky are motorists to have places like this to visit, for they receive much
besides lodgings and accommodations. 40 rms., 14 WB. Meals. E. 2NB
$2.50. 2WB $4.50. FPark. Pets P.
NATURAL BRIDGE, VA. Pop. 100. (Esso H-8) 14 ML S.W. of Lexington.
1 1 Bridge is 215 ft. high, 80 ft. wide, and 93 ft. long.
Hotel: Natural Bridge. What an old and famous hotel this is! Yet, it
offers you every modern convenience. 100 rms., 90 WB. Meals. E. 2NB
$2.50. 2WB $4.00 up. FPark. Pets P.
Guest House: Forest Tavern. 2 Mi. S. Once again we have a beautiful
Virginia home, now open to guests, in which it is a privilege to stay. Has
been completely renovated recently. 20 rms. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00 up. 2WB
$3.00 up. FPark. Pets P.
Guest House: Herring Hall. Open March to Dec. An old-fashioned
Virginia home in a 500-acre plantation. Fine old trees. Most comfortable.
7 rms. E. 2NB $5.00. 2WB $6.00 (Bkfst. included). FPark.
NEW MARKET, VA. Pop. 1,200. (Esso J-6) 28 ML N.E. of Harrisonburg.
11 Where the battle of New Market, May 15, 1864, was fought.
Hotel: Shenvalee. In the southern suburbs, surrounded by trees, and
practically on a golf course, this is an ideal place for relaxation and rest. 24
rms., 18 WB. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.
Guest House: Mooreland. 4 Mi. S. (P.O. Timberville.) On US 11.
One of those attractive homes out in the country, where it is a pleasure to
be able to stay. 6 rms. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. A. 2NB $5.50. FPark.
NORFOLK, VA. Pop. 130,000. (Esso N-10) 75 ML S.E. of Petersburg.
17 & 58 Hotel: Thomas Nelson. (Formerly the Lorraine.) This 100-rm.
hotel, which has been practically rebuilt, should satisfy your requirements.
E. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar. 50c.
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. Pop. 1,300. (Esso N-10) 5 ML S. of Hamp-
27 Hotel: Chamberlain. The equipment and service in hotels such as these
has reached a point where you wonder what can be done in the future. Every
comfort, luxury, and sport possible. 300 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00 up.
Gar. 75c. Pets P.
ORANGE, VA. Pop. 2,000. (Esso K-7) 94 ML S. of Washington, D. C.
15 Associated with James and Dolly Madison.
Hotel: James Madison. Not large, but one I know you will enjoy. 35
rms., 25 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.
PETERSBURG, VA. Pop. 31,000. (Esso L-10) 22 Mi. S. of Richmond.
1 & 460 Fam,ous Civil War city.
Hotel: Petersburg. Those desiring a hotel should find satisfaction. 125
rms., 75 WB. E. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c.
Guest House: Old Oaks. 1305 Blvd. Set back from the road among
stately old trees is a lovely white house. 7 beautiful rms., some WB. I know
you will enjoy your visit. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark.
Guest House: Pickwick Lodge. 649 Blvd. One of those places you re-
member pleasantly long after you have said your morning "Good-bye." 4
acres of ground. Recently opened to guests. 11 rms., several WB. Meals. E.
2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FGar. Small dogs P.
Guest House: Strother House. 737 S. Sycamore. In the short time
that Mr. and Mrs. Slrother have been in Petersburg, they have made this
place famous among tourists, many of whom travel miles to stay with them.
30 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.
RADFORD, VA. (Esso F-10) 40 Mi. S.W. of Roanoke.
11 Guest House: The Rocks. V 2 Mi. W. on US 11. On a hill 300 yds. from
highway. Modern home with facilities for 15 guests. Bkfst. and Din. E.
2NB $2.00. 2CB $2.50. FGar. Pets P.
RICHMOND, VA. Pop. 190,000. (Esso L-9) 110 Mi. S. of Washington, D. C.
1 & 60 Historically interesting. Allow plenty of time to visit.
Hotel: Jefferson. One of the famous hotels of the U. S. which for 50 yrs.
has retained its standards and popularity. 400 rms., 250 WB. E. For 2, $3.00
up. Gar. 75c. Pets P.
Inn: Colony. 10 Mi. S. on US 1. ACond. Places like these are a joy to
find when night comes on. They offer you restful, serene surroundings. Rms.
in main house and 10 cottages. All WB. Meals. E. 2WB $3.00. FPark.
Guest House: Park Lodge. 3806 Chamberlayne Ave. Restricted clientele.
One of Richmond's better homes. Peaceful, quiet, where it will be a delight to
rest. Furnished in Colonial style. 8 rms., 20 guests. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50.
2WB $3.00. FPark.
Guest House: Wisteria Lodge. 3018 Chamberlayne Ave. Still another
home where I believe you will find comfortable quarters. 12 guests. Bkfst.
E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.
ROANOKE, VA. Pop. 77,200. (Esso G-9) 236 Mi. S.W. of Washington,
11 & 220 Hollins College. Crystal Springs. Mill Mountain.
Hotel: Ponce de Leon. Mr. Miller does a good job of managing this
hotel of the better type. 185 rms., all outside. 167 WB. Meals. E. 2NB
$2.50. 2WB $3.50. Gar. 50c. Pets P.
ROANOKE, VA. (continued)
Hotel: Patrick Henry. One of the Robert Meyer chain, which speaks
well of its high standards. 300 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 50c.
Hotel: Roanoke. On US 11. ACond. This is a beautiful hotel in a ten-
acre park. A 250-rm. version of an English Inn. Away from business dis-
trict. 190 rms. WB. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.
Guest House: The Birches. Ill Virginia Ave. Homes like these are most
interesting to visitors from the North and West, for they are distinctive. Mrs.
Caldwell has accommodations here for 14 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.
Guest House: Twin Porches. ^ Mi. N. on Williamson Rd. Comfortable,
homey, and satisfactory. 25 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.
Motor Court: English Village. 5 Mi. N. on US 11. One of the better
Virginia Cottage Courts. Has 8 cottages, all WB., for 23 guests. Meals. E.
2WB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.
SHENANDOAH CAVERNS, VA. (Esso J-6) 4 Mi. N. of New Market.
11 Formations of marvelous beauty, the outstanding one being Diamond Cas-
Hotel: Shenandoah Caverns. Open April 1 to Nov. 15. Kept cool by
air coming up from the Caverns which are reached by elevators from the
lobby. 24 rms., 15 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FGar. Pets P.
STAUNTON, VA. Pop. 15,300. (Esso J-7) 40 Mi. N.W. of Charlottesville.
11 & 250 Birthplace of Woodrow Wilson.
Hotel: College Park. % Mi. N. Only 15 acres for you to roam at an ele-
vation of 2,000'. The hotel is a family one. Has 100 rms., many WB. Meals.
E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FGar. Pets P.
Hotel: Stonewall Jackson. 3 Mi. N. An imposing Colonial inn facing
the Shenandoah Valley National Park. Plenty of opportunity to learn history
in the country round about and to enjoy the lovely scenery of the Valley and
Skyline Dr. Golf course in connection. 50 rms., 40 WB. E. 2NB $4.00.
2WB $5.00. FPark.
Guest House: Ivy House. 1107 N. Augusta St. Restricted clientele.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennard will make you welcome and regret your leaving. 8
guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.
Guest House: Virginia Terrace. 1104 N. Augusta St. Tree-shaded home
set back from the street having 5 guest rms. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WB $3.00. FGar. Pets P.
SUFFOLK, VA. Pop. 10,500. (Esso N-ll) 18 Mi. S.fP. of Portsmouth.
58 World's greatest peanut market.
Hotel: Elliott. This seems to be well-liked. Has about 90 rms., many
WB. Meals. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 50c.
SWEET BRIAR, VA. (Esso H-9) 12 Mi. N. of Lynchburg.
29 Guest House: Boxwood Inn. Again I wish that space permitted my giv-
ing you a more perfect description of these many lovely places. Here we
have a tree-shaded brick home with famous boxwood gardens. 14 rms., 6 baths.
Meals. E. 2NB $4.00. FPark.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. Pop. 5,000. (Esso 0-10) 19 Mi. E. of Norfolk.
58 & 60 Famous ocean resort.
Hotel: Cavalier. A fine, but high-priced resort hotel with all the appur-
tenances. 200 rms., all WB. A. 2WB $18.00. Gar. $1.00.
Guest House: De Witt Cottage. 12th and Ocean Ave. Open April to
Nov. 1. Reasonable in price, not fashionable, but the best homelike atmos-
phere possible. Large airy rms., none WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00-$4.00.
A. $7.00-$8.00. FPark. Small dogs only.
Guest House: Myers Cottage. Ocean Front and 18th. Open May 15 to
Oct. 1. 30 guests. Larger than the one above, having 14 rms., 7 baths. Rates
vary with the season. A. 2NB $7.00-$10.00. Rms. WB. higher. FPark. No
Guest House: Snug Harbor. Ocean Front between 20th and 21st. Open
June 1 to Labor Day. Restricted clientele. Pleasant and comfortable with
no "fuss and feathers." 30 guests. No rms. WB. A. 2NB $7.00-$10.00.
FPark. Pets P.
WARRENTON, VA. Pop. 2,000. (Esso L-6) 45 Mi. S.W. of Washington.
15 & 29 Horse racing, fox hunting.
Hotel: Warren Green. Old but clean and well-run. 50 rms., many WB.
E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark. Pets P.
Guest House: The Elm. Culpeper St. Another fine home, modernized,
the original part being over 100 yrs. old. Beautiful grounds. Finely furnished.
14 guests. E. 2NB $2.00-$3.00. FPark. No pets.
Guest House: Ever-Ready. Newly furnished brick home. 5 rms. Bkfst.
E. 2NB $2.00. 2CB $3.00. FPark.
WAYNESBORO, VA. Pop. 6,500. (Esso J-7) 90 Mi. W. of Richmond.
250 Hotel: General Wayne. 620 W. Main St. One of the best that you will
find in the South. Nicely furnished and finely operated. Recommended.
Meals. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $4.50. Gar. 50c-75c. FPark.
WESTOVER, VA. (Esso M-9) 23 Mi. S.E. of Richmond.
5 Inn: River Road. On the "Old River Road," Rt. 5. Part of one of the old-
est and most beautiful estates in Virginia. The owners are primarily inter-
ested in making an inn that is sought by discriminating travelers. It accommo-
dates but 14 guests. Reservations required. No private baths. 2 in a room,
$3.00 each (including supper and bkfst.).
WILLIAMSBURG, VA. Pop. 4,000. (Esso N-9) 50 Mi. S.E. of Richmond.
60 College of William and Mary.
Inn: Williamsburg. Open all year. Decorated and furnished in the
Regency manner, this Inn has the atmosphere of a fine country home. Pub-
lic rms. and many of the guest rms. are ACond. No more beautiful rms. any-
where. Swimming pool, golf, riding, etc. Groups and family parties may be
accommodated in nearby old houses which are operated under the manage-
ment of the Inn. Rates are seasonal. E., summer and winter, SWB $5.00.
2WB $8.00. Spring and fall, slightly higher. Reservations desired. Also A.
Lodge: Williamsburg. Open all year. Under the same management as
the Inn. The Lodge and its annex York House are designed to provide
accommodations for those who travel with limited budgets. Less than a
year old, it has attained great popularity, for its informality, comfort, and
simplicity make it especially appealing to the traveler. Located just outside
the restored area, but having the same recreational privileges as the Inn. E.
Rates run about SNB $2.00, 2NB $3.00, and 2WB $5.00.
Market Square Tavern. Dr. Carter's Brick House, and the Orlando Jones
House, which have been rebuilt on old foundations, are operated in conjunc-
tion with the Lodge. Rates for rms. slightly higher.
There are several pleasant and desirable guest houses in and near Wil-
liamsburg which I wish also to mention. The Cedars, 5-10 Mi. S. on Rt. 31.
A lovely old home. Capacity 20. Furnished in Colonial style. E. 2WB $5.00.
2NB $3.00. Bkfst. if wished. FPark. The Farrar House, 611 Richmond
Rd., having accommodations for 10 people and charging about 2NB $2.50,
2WB $3.00. FPark. Maplehurst, 719 Richmond Rd., is another nice place,
having a capacity of 18, serving no meals, and charging around $3.00-$4.00
for 2WB. FPark.
Still another nice place is the Richard Bland Tavern, on the Duke of
Rochester St., furnished in early American style and having rms. for 25 guests.
Rates here are E. SNB $1.50-2WB $3.00. Meals available and FPark. At
702 Blair Ave. is the Selby Guest House, having 7 rms., most of which are
WB. E. 2WB $3.00-$3.50-$5.00. FPark.
WINCHESTER, VA. Pop. 12,200. (Esso K-4) 42 Mi. S.W. of Hagerstown.
11 & 50 The second oldest town in Va.
Hotel: George Washington. There are none too many good reasonably
priced hotels in the South, so I am glad to introduce you to this one. 150 rms.,
100 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.
WINCHESTER, VA, (continued)
Inn: Elms. *4 Mi. S. on US 11. Rather a beautiful setting among large
trees in spacious lawns. Oldest house in city. Completely modernized. 14
rms., 7 baths. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50. FGar. Small dogs P.
The Elms Inn
Guest House: Mrs. Harold G. Brown. 423 S. Washington. Set up on a
terrace, tree-shaded, large porches, dignified. Bedrms. with fireplaces and
finely furnished. 6 rms. 12 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.50-$3.00. FPark.
WYTHEVILLE, VA. Pop. 3,500. Alt. 2,300'. (Esso E-10) 45 Mi. S. of
11 & 52 The livestock center of the state.
Hotel: George Wythe. One of the Grenoble Group. Everything well-
done. 43 rms., all WT, 28 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.50. Gar.
50c. Pets P
YORKTOWN, VA. Pop. 500. (Esso N-9) 14 Mi. S.E. of Williamsburg.
17 Inn : Monument Lodge. Typically Virginian. 50 guests. Meals. E. For 2,
$2.0044.00. A. For 2, $5.00-$8.00. FPark. Pets P.
Flower: Rhododendron. Nickname: Evergreen.
Population: 1,643,000. Area: 66,836 sq. mi. Max. speed: 50.
Reciprocity: Yes. Gas Tax: State 5c. Federal Ic. Total 6c.
BEACH, WASH. (Shell D-2) 15 Mi. W. of Bellingham. On Lumi Island.
Lodge: Taft's The Willows. Open April to Nov. Lumi is one of the
many beautiful islands that litter up the Puget Sound. The Willows is com-
fortable though not luxurious.. Fishing, swimming, picnics. Reservations
desired. 35 rms., none WB. A. 2NB $7.00. FPark.
BELLINGHAM, WASH. Pop. 30,825. (Shell D-2) 55 Mi. S. of Vancouver,
99 Largest salmon cannery in the world. Chuckanut Drive. San Juan Islands.
Hotel: Leopold. 1210 Cornwall Ave. Physically many of these hotels are
alike, the difference being in the management. Mr. Pierce has the knack
of making his hotel pleasantly different. 265 rms., mostly WB. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WB $3.00-$3.50. Gar. next door 50c. Pets P.
Motor Court: McMurtrie. 3005 N.W. Avenue, 2 Mi. N. of town. Eng-
lish cottage type. Well-furnished and equipped. 8 cottages (more building)
all with kitchenettes and tile Br. Steam heated. No meals. E. 2WB $3.00.
FGar. Pets P.
Motor Court: Wegley's. On highway US 99. A new court of 10 cottages.
Capacity 38, all with tile Br. Many with kitchenettes. No meals. E. 2WB
$2.50. Kitchen 50c extra. FGar. Pets P.
BINGEN, WASH. Pop. 365. (Shell F-9) 67 Mi. E. of Vancouver.
830 Motor Court: Gateway. West entrance to town. This may seem like
an oasis to you. Clean, comfortable. 12 white cottages. E. 2WB $2.50. FGar.
BLAINE, WASH. Pop. 1,650. (Shell D-l) 20 Mi. N. of Bellingham.
99 The most northwesterly city in the U. S.
Motor Court: Birch Bay Resort. 20 cottages at a golf course. E. 2NB
BREMERTON, WASH. Pop. 16,000. (Shell D-5) 63 Mi. N. of Olympia.
14 & 21 Large U. S. Naval Yard.
Hotel: Enetai. On the type of an English Inn. Golf course and private
beach in connection. Oysters, clams, fishing. 100 rms., many WB. E.
2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.50. Gar. 50c.
CENTRALIA, WASH. Pop. 8,050. (Shell D-6) 4 Mi. N. of Chehalis.
99 Lumber and coal.
Hotel: Lewis-Clark. A satisfactory city hotel. 100 rms. E. 2WB $3.50.
2WB $2.00. Gar. in basement 50c.
CHEHALIS, WASH. Pop. 5,200. (Shell D-7) 99 Mi. N. of Portland.
99 Hotel: St. Helen's. Operated by Mr. and Mrs. West for nearly 25 yrs.
Friendly, not elaborate, but satisfying. 140 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.50.
COULEE DAM, WASH. (Shell 1-4) 96 ML N.JT. of Spokane.
104 This Dam now building is well worth the extra trouble of visiting. Fine
accommodations. See listing under Mason City.
EATON VILLE, WASH. Pop. 912 (Shell E-6) 35 ML S.W. of Tacoma.
5 A small place with beautiful scenery.
Lodge: Ohop Bob. On the way to Mt. Ranier Park. Small, only 5 rms.
but lots of loafing space. No rms. WB. E. 2NB $3.00. FPark.
ELLENSBURG, WASH. Pop. 7,500. Alt. 1,510'. (Shell G-6) 122 ML S.E.
97 Rodeo Labor Day.
Motor Court: Beacon. 12 well-furnished cottages all WB. A few kitch-
enettes. Insulated walls. Hot water heat. Well kept. E. 2WB $2.50. FGar.
ENUMCLAW, WASH. Pop. 2,800. (Shell E-5) 28 ML E. of Tacoma.
410 Hotel: Lee. A small hotel under same management for 15 yrs. 40 rms.,
12 WB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.
EPHRATA, WASH. Pop. 525. (Shell H-5) 60 ML S.fT. of Grand Coulee.
7 Hotel: Bell. ACond. New and modern. Ramps instead of stairs within.
Usually full, so better make reservations (Phone 1031). 40 rms. Meals. E.
2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.50. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.
EVERETT, WASH. Pop. 33,000. (Shell E-4) 29 ML N. of Seattle.
99- -Pulp mills, lumber, packing plants.
Motor Court: The Evergreen State. % Mi. N. of Curve. White with
blue roofs. (Don't confuse with similar painted court.) 2 acres of lawn.
Sound proofed. 6 cottages. 30 guests. Kitchenettes. E. 2WB $2.50. Kitch-
enettes 25c extra. FGar.
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH. Pop. 601. (Shell D-2) 20 ML W. of Anacortes.
1 Just over the line from Victoria, B. C. Ferry from Anacortes.
Summer Lodge: Kwan Lamah. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. In Chinook,
this means welcome. This is one grand spot on the Sound. A mile of pri-
vate water front. Lawns, loafing, fishing. Sleeping in cottages. Meals in
main house. 85 guests. A. 2NB $5.50. FPark. Pets P.
GIG HARBOR, WASH. (Shell D-5) 20 ML S. of Port Orford.
14 Lodge: Kopa Chuck. It is on Hood Canal 5 Mi. S.W. of Gig Harbor. Open
May 15 to Sept. 15. A main bldg., lounge, dining rm., etc. Sleeping quarters
in cottages among the trees. A few WB. Beautiful spot for vacationing.
Tennis, bathing, etc. Restricted clientele and reservations required. 60 guests.
A. 2NB $10.00 up. FPark. Pets P.
GOLDENDALE, WASH. Pop. 1,116. Alt. 1,509'. (Shell F-8) 65 Mi. S.
97 Hotel: Hall. The amount of tourist travel makes the upkeep of large
hotels impossible in these small towns. This has a capacity for 60 guests and
should be satisfactory. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.
GRANITE FALLS, WASH. Pop. 500. (Shell E-3) 20 Mi. N.E. of Everett.
Starting point of the scenic Mountain Loop Highway into the Glacier Peak
Lodge: Canyon Creek. Open Mar. 15 to Oct. 15. Though simple, this
is one of the nicest places in the whole Northwest and I wish I had more
space to describe it. Rms. in main house and in many named cottages, such
as Crabapple, Little Balm, etc. Open fireplaces, general all around comfort.
Management under Mrs. Mueller. 100 guests. E. 2WB $5.00. A. 2WB
$10.00. NB less. FPark.
HOQUIAM, WASH. Pop. 13,200. (Shell B-6) 63 Mi. W. of Olympia.
101 This part of the state has been termed the "last wilderness." Traversed
as it is by paved roads, with an excellent hotel or stopping place every few
miles, the day is bound to come when much of the natural beauty will have
Hotel: Emerson. This is a city hotel of the better kind. 110 rms., 50
WB. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50. Gar. 35c. Pets P.
HYAK, WASH. (Shell F-5) 72 Mi. E. of Seattle.
On Lake Keechelus in the heart of the Cascade Mountains.
Hotel: Lake Keechelus. Beautiful scenerv, fishing, and hiking. Skiing
and winter sports. Small, only 12 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark.
LAKE CRESCENT, WASH. (Shell B-3) 20 Mi. W. of Port Angeles.
101 One of the most beautiful lakes in the Northwest.
Lodge: Lake Crescent Tavern. Open Apr. 15 to Oct. 1. One of those
family hotels without ballyhoo and brass buttons where if you cannot be
comfortable and happy I am truly sorry for you. On lake shore. Fine
fishing. 40 rms. in cottages. 20 WB. A. 2NB $8.00. 2WB $11.00. FPark.
LEAVENWORTH, WASH. Pop. 1,415. Alt. 1,165'. (Shell G-5) 27 Mi.
N.W. of Wenatchee.
15. Largest fish hatchery in the world. Swimming, riding, skiing.
Motor Lodge: Evergreen Court. People discovering this part of our
country fall in love with it and return yearly. 15 cottages set among the trees,
where if it is cool anywhere, it will be here. Well-equipped and furnished,
some with kitchenettes, all WB. E. 2WB $2.00-$4.00. FPark. or Gar. Pets P.
LONGVIEW, WASH. Pop. 10.750. (Shell D-8) 4 Mi. S. of Kelso.
830 One might call this a "hand-made city," for it was constructed by a large
Hotel: Monticello. Finely built, operated regardless of profit. You will
find here as good accommodations as you will in Portland. You will avoid the
noise and congestion of that city. 200 rms.. all WB. E. 2WB $3.50-$4.00.
FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.
MASON CITY, WASH. (Grand Coulee Dam.) Pop. 3,900. (Shell 1-4) 1
ML E. of Grand Coulee.
10A Just a mere matter of building a $186,000,000 dam, the largest in the world.
Hotel: Mason City. First-class, up-to-date, and modern hotel with beau-
tifully furnished rms. Be sure to take one meal in the enormous mess hall.
ACond. throughout. 150 guests. E. from SNB $2.00 to 2WB $4.00-$5.00.
FPark. or Gar. 50c. Pets P.
MOORE, WASH. (Shell G-3) 76 Mi. N.W. of Wenatchee.
In the heart of the mountains on the shore of Lake Chelan. It is reached by
boat from Chelan (US 97) leaving daily at 8 A.M.
Inn: The Moore. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. On a point thrust into the lake.
Wonderful fishing. Has the advantage of isolation. Comfort in beautiful
surroundings. May I quote: "No tips allowed. We employ only men and
women of character and pay them well for work well done." 30 rms., 20 WB.
A. 2NB $8.00. 2WB $9.00. Cars garaged at Chelan.
MT. BAKER, WASH. Alt. 10,827'. (Shell E-2) 59 Mi. E. of Bellingham.
1 Lodge: Mt. Baker. June 24-Sept. 5, and Dec. 15-May. Camp Shuksan.