Feel at home in this cabin as you stare out at the flowing creek, swaying tall fir trees and majestic Mt. Rainer foothills. Walk to the two pools or play tennis, basketball or football in the large field surrounded by trees. Hike near Mt. Rainier.
This is a very cozy, warm rustic cabin that perfectly located next to flowing creek, with a view of Mt Rainier national forest. It is near hiking, climbing, skiing, fishing, swimming, boating, and rafting. You will be so relaxed staying here!
Servicios y zonas comunes
The cabin has a kitchen with a refrigerator/freezer, electric range, microwave oven, coffee-maker and filters, cups, cookware, plates, glasses, eating and cooking utensils.
The cabin has dish soap, liquid bath soap, scrub pads, toilet paper and dishtowels.
You will need to bring your own food.
Firewood is supplied.
The cabin has an outdoor charcoal grill.
There is an outdoor fire-pit next to the creek to enjoy roasting marshmallows.
Cozy Coal Creek Cabin has a wood burning stove. Firewood is supplied.
Atención a los huéspedes
You can call us anytime!
Otros aspectos destacables
Unfortunately, at this time there is no dishwasher. Also, please do not move any of the space heaters - they are on separate circuits now.
You can hear the creek inside the cabin. It flows all the time. We love the sound and so do most people but if that bothers you please bring some earplugs.
No dogs or cats please, no indoor smoking please.
I love my wife and kids to the moon and back... to the moon and back... to the moon and back... to the moon and back... to the moon and back.........
Previous Lines of Work: I have been working in the Computer field for almost 30 years but have been a professional track athlete, anatomy and physiology teacher, painter, landscaper, fry cook and dishwasher
Where I Volunteer: RHKids, Royal Ranger, family, friends
One of the Things I Find Most Fascinating: discovering how science proves creation
Thing to do: climb mountains, hiking, sailing
Book/books: the Bible, Same kind of different as me, the Universe Next Door, I'm Glad You Asked, Mere Christianity, My Side of the Mountain, Dove, Into Thin Air
Food: anything my wife cooks; Tillamook marionberry pie or chocolate peanut butter ice cream, perfectly ripe pear, strawberry or watermelon, blackberries, Nachos with the works, pizza; water; hamburger
Snack Food: cold water, cheese, wheat thins and little bell peppers, beef jerky, soy nuts, snickers, butterfinger
Movie: The Jesus Story, The Passion of the Christ, Expelled, Any video by "Answers In Genesis", Terminator, anything Bond, Die Hard series, Bourne, BraveHeart, P.S. I Love You, You've Got Mail, An Affair to Remember, Anne of Green Gables, Forrest Gump, Remember the Titans, Rudy, The Blind Side, FireProof, any well done true movie when someone comes to faith, when good conquers evil or when the underdog wins
TV Show: Home Improvement, Survivor, Survivorman, Man vs Wild
Time of Day: Early morning, late night
Place in the World: South seas, my dad's condo in Hawaii, my dad's houseboat in Sellwood, on top of any mountain
Place to Pray: On top of Communication Hill at Wildhorse, running in the woods, late at night looking down at my sleeping child
Recreational Activities/Hobbies: sailing, backpacking
Sports Team: Any team my kids are on
Sports: track and field, any Olympic sport, any close match in any sport, any sport where I know a competitor
Food: lima beans, brussel sprouts, ratatouille, a seemingly ripe fruit but it's overly ripe
Snack Food: I didn't know there is a bad one
Time of Day: usually none but if I'm really, really tired it can be anytime
Best Things Different People Have Said to You: Your family is blessed to have you as a husband and father; your dad loves you very, very much; you're a good man, Dirk; I want to grow up to be like you Dad.
Life Motto: Love God and Love People
People I’d Like to Meet: Jesus, Apostle Paul, my grandmother in Heaven, C.S. Lewis, anyone who's just found Jesus especially my family or friends
My Hero: Jesus
Two of My Greatest Experiences with God: the first few days I realized there was a God; on top of Communication Hill at Wildhorse looking up at Orion's belt, listening to the baby coyotes, as the sun started to rise
Most People Don’t Know This About Me: I'm very, very funny ;-)