Country Bed and Breakfast

Box 666, Pullman, Washington, 99163, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Pullman


A travel blog entry by cameronstone


One of the best days I have had on this trip. It was a 115 mile ride from Walla Walla to Pullman and I was apart of one of the two pacelines that made the entire ride, 6 people total. Everyone rode hard but some people had to deal with flat tires and other situations that slowed them down. When we got to the top of the highest hill in ...

A Visit to the Old Homestead (and Ice Cream!)

A travel blog entry by bushaw


... although the B&B is closed this year). After going up the Lewiston Hill (and taking a few pictures from the top), we headed toward Moscow (instead of Pullman) and Ruth navigated me to the farm. When we got there, there was a sign that said "Closed - tours by appointment only" (or something to that effect), so Ruth took a picture of the rather large (sort of industrial looking) house and of the garden (she liked the example of how straw was being used ...

Explore on our own

A travel blog entry by bbturner


... meaning formed by wind. The soil type is "loess," specifically Palouse loess. It was blown in as dust off the retreating glaciers from the last ice age, about fifteen thousand years ago. The earth is rich and deep, with top soil up to a hundred feet thick. The system of hills is known as the Palouse Hills and the area as the Palouse. Wheat in this area is the largest most important cropping the state. The area is ...

Post trip Reflection--I know, not a witty title

A travel blog entry by jware


... and had to stop for gas. I decided to use the restroom as well and when the cashier handed me the 'outdoor bathroom key' I didn't even blink an eye. I realized that a mere two months ago, I would have felt the involuntary curl of my lip as I tried to mask my displeasure of having to use an invariably scuzzy 'outdoor bathroom'. I mean, "Ewww!" Right? Well, yesterday, my thoughts were 180 degrees different. I remember thinking ...

Day 20 - Driving to Pullman, WA

A travel blog entry by travelalongto

... shop!

When we finally made it to Colfax, we were relieved to find a clean, modern hotel room awaiting us. I have to say, it was probably the cleanest hotel we have stayed at throughout this whole vacation! While checking in, we heard the receptionist tell 2 callers they were full. We were truly blessed to have found the Best Western Plus Wheatland in Colfax, WA when we did!


This B&B, located on Box 666, Pullman, is near Washington State University, Martin Stadium, Museum of Anthropology, and Nica Gallery.
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