Wine Country Inn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 505 Ames Rd, Selah, Washington, 98942-9415, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 505 Ames Rd, Selah, is near Selah-Naches Valley.
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        Goodbye Heather, Hello Origin of Ellensburg living

        A travel blog entry by joec404 on Jun 12, 2015

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        Got to Ellensburg on Friday, essentially for Heather's graduation. Set up our AXIS at Umtanum where we used to camp in our first RV, the BigFoot trailer. Such great memories of camping along the river, enjoying campfire, oh, and drinking a little. It's gotten all organized now under the Bureau of Land Management, so now you need a permit if you breathe too deeply, pick you nose or stare into the distance. But the canyon is such an amazing amenity ...

        Competition Day

        A travel blog entry by jghanse on Apr 25, 2015

        Emotions are pretty high and excited. Went to IHoP for breakfast. It was not a real positive experience. Our order was before the ones next to us and they got their food 15 - 20 minutes before us. Very slow, poor service. Oh well. 49.80 on visa. Got to the campus. Found a practice room so we got to go through his solo a few times. On to the performance site. And then it was our turn. We thought Ethan did an awesome job. We were very proud. Went to have lunch ...

        Hello America

        A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 20, 2014

        1 photo

        ... better organized and controlled. Washington was a madhouse of stuff. Strange what a few miles make. I was so glad to be through that valley, then I hit this area that seemed like a sportsman playground. Watercraft and people everywhere, too many people after a week in the wilderness. My final hour was running through or around a mountain in Washington. By itself it should have been enjoyable, but a strong west wind kept holding onto ...

        The Dreaded Goatheads

        A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

        10 photos

        ... of year is pleasant with the hills still green from the winter moisture, segments of the drive offered unobstructed views of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams and other peaks of the Cascade range against a clear blue sky and the sun warming us through the windows, life is good. We pulled into a campground in Yakima around 4 p.m. and took off on what we thought was a bike trail along the river. It ...


        A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... that all present were able to enjoy both genres, despite being light years apart. "I guess maybe I'm more of a city boy than I thought," I regretfully admitted.

        After a few long nights in Bend, the two slow, relaxed nights I spent in Granger were perfect. I was fighting off a flu (horrible cold sweats both nights to the point where my sheets were damp, light headed, body aches...) and just basic exhaustion. Also, I had ...