Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... when we stepped out of the van, not ideal for biking, at least not for us fair weather bikers. It was sunny but the forecast was for 20 mph winds all day; we were in a quandary whether to register for the night and wait to see if the winds died down late in the day or just move on south. In the end we decided to continue south toward Hood River. The Confluence State Park is ...
... spun us around, which used to seem HUGE, now looked a little cramped. The memories were so faint that I wasn't actually sure if it was indeed the same grand farm house I had been to so many years before!
A group of folks was sitting in the back yard under a tent, smells of fresh bbq staining the air. I noticed Earl immediately. A spitting image of his father, grandpa Burt. Grandpa, like his wife, was a force to be ...
... I be missing my friends at home this summer but also our Koi fish and pond. Be VERY careful what you tell Vicki!! LOL She and DH Larry fixed me up with Louie for my birthday. He is a beautiful blue with long red tipped fins, reminds me of our Butterfly Koi. He is so interested in all that goes on around him that I am sure he will gain from his travels. (not!) Will keep you all in the loop.
... in absolutely breathtaking scenery. We were able to visit Ellensburg, the home of Central Washington University (a lovely old campus with a personal connection). At the last minute we changed our route and ended up riding up to Mt. Rainier in the Wenatchee National Forrest, what a GREAT decision that was. It reminded us of our time riding in the Alps in June. Lots of beauty ...
... to Heather. All three made us most welcome and the two men caught up on lots of family news. Goerge took us around downtown Yakima and showed us the sights. It was amazing to realise how big the towm has grown. A family dinner one night, then breakfast with the same family members the next day topped the event. Finally H could put names and faces together and we caught up on lots of family history and news. A distant cousin Karen from Arizona ...