Wahkiakum County's Inn at Lucky Mud is closer to Astoria than Seattle, but just why would one want to stay in a bed-and-breakfast in Seattle?

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Inn at Lucky Mud

Wahkiakum County's Inn at Lucky Mud is closer to Astoria than Seattle, but just why would one want to stay in a bed-and-breakfast in Seattle? You live here already, and this is a guide for you, not your visiting in-laws from Nebraska. When you choose a B&B, you opt for both connection (with hosts and other guests) and escape (from your everyday). And since you live in Seattle, there's a 68 percent chance that, deep down, you're an eco-hippie who'd really enjoy a weekend filled with mellow tunes and disc golf on the rural banks of the Columbia. Sister, you're in luck: The Inn at Lucky Mud features a bucolic disc-golf course and is run by a visually impaired, folk-singing permaculturist named Sunrise. You'll be down on his farm, with his family, awash in his vibes. You'll forget there's such a thing as a city. MIKE SEELY 44 Old Chestnut Dr., Skamokawa, 800-806-7131

 
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