“Rollin’, rollin’, rollin’, keep your wagon rollin” so the song goes, unless, that is, you’re staying in a special rolling hut. In which case, you will want to stay right where you are in Washington’s beautiful Methow Valley. The remarkably versatile wooden units were designed to be an alternative to camping.
There are kitchenettes, sleeping areas, living areas, and wood-burners for heating. Glass walls will make sure you will not want to waste time getting outside to enjoy your planned activities. Hiking, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and climbing are the typical passions of those who stay in the rolling huts.
Local towns are packed with farmers' markets and ruddy-cheeked inhabitants who, I imagine, subsist entirely on thanksgiving dinners. There is a wide range of bistros, bakeries, and saloons in the locality for your evening’s entertainment or you may like to dim the lights, pull your bed over to the huge window and gaze into the wilderness letting your thoughts drift like clouds in a tumbleweed sky.