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Travel Blogs from Walla Walla
Miles driven in RV = 0
Miles driven on photosafari = a lot.
We spent the day on a photo safari around Walla Wall Valley with Donna Lasater, distant cousin and long time local photographer. She was able to take a couple days out of her busy photographic business schedule to chauffeur us around the valley where she has been photographing for past 20+ years.
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Miles driven - 140
Total Miles - 1362
Deschutes River State Rec Area to Walla Walla, WA
We had originally planned to visit Walla Walla, in southeastern Washington in May during our eastern Oregon travels but Donna and Gary were feeling a little under the weather so deferred until the trip to Idaho.
We departed Deschutes River around 0900 thinking we would arrive in 3 hours. Unplanned things happen. No we didn't break down, but ...
Fix'n ( a Colemanism) is a really neat word because it takes the place of: I'm getting ready to go to the store, (I'm fix'n to go to the store) I'm getting ready to eat dinner (I'm fix'n to eat dinner), etc. On Wed. I was fix'n to quit, and go home. I hadn't had a rest day in eleven days and my spirits were very low. I had so much rain, heat and now wind that It was not fun or an adventure anymore. I couldn't contact Linda or JJ because they did not have cell or internet ...
Reg and I left Dayton around 8:00 AM and rode 32 miles to Walla Walla. Quite a bit of uphill and finally a nice 11 mile descent into town. I was about a third of a mile in front and I thought Reg saw me take an off ramp. Apparently not and we were separated and never found each other. Also, ...
... hanging on to the back for dear life. I'm pleased to report here that I didn't hit anything, roll the cart over or, as far as I know, lose anyone off the back.
All the seven gardens on show were fabulous but the one I was working at was truly amazing - it was right by the shore of Puget Sound and had a wonderful open deck with plants at the front of the house and behind, going back into the forest was a 60 foot high hill with a steep ...