Dampa’s fudge, board games galore, myriad drummers drumming, applets and cotlets and, of course, the unwrapping of many presents—Christmas in Bellevue was a lot of fun! Though we were sad to leave, we were excited to stay at our new favorite: the Wolf Creek Inn—a historic stage coach stop which became a favorite of Mary Pickford, Jack London, Orson Welles, Clark Gable and more. The Inn is a gem and the food is amazing.
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The words historic, haunted, wolf, isolated elicit excitement in Sarah and me. These words, combined with an old stagecoach Inn that housed the likes of Mary Pickford, Jack London, Orson Welles and Clark Gable that resides near a ghost town, elicit lodging lust in Sarah and me.
On our drive up to Seattle, Sarah saw a sign for the Wolf Creek Inn. After investigating on the iPhone, she discovered the above-mentioned items and we eagerly called to reserve a room on our drive down the following weekend. Luckily, we got a room. Then we learned of the vampire.
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