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We are mow in Washington State. Spending the night at a B&B in the middle of Orchards- Apples, peaches, pares, & grapes. Temp. tonight will be in the low 50's.
Today was a spectacular day of riding. We covered 180 miles, of which 80% was dirt and climbed over three passes at 5-6000 feet each. From a riding perspective, it was one of our best yet. As we pulled into our destination of Ellensburg, Claudio and I were thoroughly spent and thoroughly satisfied. ...
... Southern miss, and Jake, Long Beach. Theses two guys were awesome. Also today I got to have support from my awesome parents as well as jack and PJ O'Brien. This was very awesome because the day was dedicated to Jack by the entire team. A bit of comedy; had a slow leak in my front tire after the ride went to change it and of my ...
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About 7 more miles of descending brought us down to Rimrock Lake. US 12 runs along the north side of the lake with picturesque views at numerous spots. The water was uncharacteristically calm today, as the wind often blows here. We found it a bit strange to ride this route, as it is so close to home and we have ridden it ...
... one main objective was to see if this town had a Baker’s City Drug Store; if it did, we missed it. However, with a population of just over 10,000, the city remains very quaint; the local historic society identified 110 buildings in the downtown area that were originally constructed in the 1880’s. Starting in 1993, the city launched a matching funds program for a multi-million dollar restoration effort to bring back ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApple Country Bed and Breakfast Yakima
The home sets in the middle of Orchard country. Apple, peach, & pear trees surround the farm house. The décor is country farm house. A bit cluttered but I LOVED IT. It just felt like staying at grandma's house. Nothing commercial about it. Breakfast was served in a gazebo covered with grapevines. People were working in the orchards. We picked & ate fresh fruit.
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