Hawk Haven Guest Houses

Address: 2060 Bailey Road, Zillah, Washington, 98953, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2060 Bailey Road, Zillah, is near Bonair Winery, Portteus Vineyards, Hyatt Vineyards, and Wineglass Cellars.
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Travel Blogs from Zillah

Mother trucker

A travel blog entry by mcoburn on Oct 03, 2014

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Starting to get a sence of what a long haul trucker feels like... Not much to say here, just driving through stopping to gas up, grabed some beef jerky and on the road again. Looking like the rv is getting around 7miles/gal... haha on the high ...

The Dreaded Goatheads

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 09, 2014

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... 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 ...

There actually is a Zilla somewhere!

A travel blog entry by jim_is-nothome on Sep 09, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

According to Wikipedia Zilla has a population of 2,198 people. I didn't see any of them except whoever was in the couple of pickups that passed by and the folks operating a fruit stand or shopping at a second hand store.

But I did get to see the "world famous" Tea Pot! I bet ************e recalls what the "Tea Pot Dome Scandal" was all about. But the 2,198 people in Zilla live with a quaint monument to it.


A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jul 16, 2011

2 comments, 15 photos

... to be burying a cow in the ground, the afternoon's plans made themselves! A group of boys of all ages gathered and watched intently as Earl dug a huge hole in the ground, pushed the dead heifer down, and covered her back up with earth. When he was done, he shut off the engine, looked at the boys, and said to them, "You see how easy that was? Just remember that next time you're looking at my daughter."

A 4-hour drive ...

Sunshine and warm

A travel blog entry by barbarabean on Jun 05, 2011

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... pages.

Wednesday - Once again it is cold and rainy. We did some chores, visited with Cyndie, and had a meeting with Jessylyn's family about their trip later this month. Jessylyn is Jane and Don's granddaughter and they are going to do a road trip to Mesa Verde and the Grand Canyon.
I am packing as I will be heading east and south tomorrow.