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- While we headed to city of Yakima, we made a stop in Am&Pm for some snack , water and gas
- The fuel cost us about 16.68 dollars and snack cost us about 10 dollars
- Also ,while we were headed toward Yakima, our car broke.
- Called AAA to fix it and cost us about 500 dollars.
- Entered Yakima and had McDonalds for our late dinner.
- And went to state camp sight to send the ...
... block work is nearly finished, and it needs painting. The house needs cleaning. The final loads of laundry need to be run. Packing needs to happen. Are we forgetting something? The bikes have been to the bike shop to get tuned. We discovered Dave's rear wheel needed to be replaced, both bikes needed new chains. Oh, yes, Dave needs to repair Ann's "cargo" rack. The spare ...
... little traffic. We stopped in Quincy for lunch having read some reviews found the L&R Café with raves on Trip Advisor for its no pretense good food. It was as described, small, clean, and a regular hang out for the locals, nothing fancy here. In fact, one of the locals was settling up his tab . . . when was the last time a restaurant let you run a tab? We arrived near closing but ...
... pilgrimages to pay homage to one of his favorite dams.
Our plans were to head west over Highway 20 through the North Cascades National Park or along Highway 2 but with the wildfires along the route we opted to go south and hit Interstate 90. We drove along the eastern shore of Banks Lake inside the Grande Coulee and could see the flames of the fire across the lake. We stopped at Dry Falls and understood why this coulee was ...
... in back for two hours, putting a wet rag over the eye from time to time to try to help the pain. Oh, and took four ibuprofen. Tears and snot would continue to make their way out of my face for the remainder, and even into the evening, when I met my new friends. Much of the drive to Washington was spent with my hand covering my right eye, because any motion or focus or dilation was just pure pain.
As I was saying, two ...