Hi Northwesterners. I wanted to let everyone know about charging available at Skamania Lodge. We just arrived yesterday after driving from Tacoma to Portland to Skamania Lodge with a stopover at the Centralia Supercharger. We arrived with about 30 miles left. I had called a few days ago when making reservations and talked to the desk and a maintenance person and was told that there were a couple of options, one being a 50 amp 220V outlet. After settling in, Jerry the maintenance guy was summoned to direct me to a charging location. It was after 9:00PM and of course dark. The first location was just inside a garage door in the rear of the main lodge building. It appeared to be a NEMA 6-20 and I said I didn't have an adapter for that receptacle. Back trailing Jerry's three wheeled cart, we checked an outbuilding and guess what, there was a nice white Tesla tucked up against the building. Jerry showed me the plug-ins and they were standard 120V outlets. We were planning a three day stay so 120V charging might have been OK but We had planned some driving around the area and I thought a 240V outlet would be better. Back trailing Jerry, we went to the far side of the main parking lot where there was a picnic table with a good sized electrical box next to it. As Jerry opened the door, voila, there was the good old NEMA 14-50. Unfortunately, the box was quite a few feet from the parking lot (28 feet to be exact) and I noticed the curb was pretty tall. I definitely could not approach the curb going forward so decided to try backing over. As I write this, I realize I should have raised the suspension height. Duh! It took a few tries because of the slippery slope but eventually I rolled up to the box and plugged in. 240V and 40 amps, great! I tipped Jerry $20 and told him I really appreciated his efforts. He had actually offered to go get some boards to help me get over the curb which I declined. The next morning I did notice that if I entered up the hill a bit and drove over the grass volley ball court I could avoid the high curb. A helper would have to lift the net. The desk did say that they are considering installing some real charging outlets. I encouraged them.