Cave B Estate Winery & Resort
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Nice fairly sunny day start today. George did have some drooling on and off this morning but got better by the afternoon. Did run into a bit of snow on the sides of the roads going over the White Pass but mostly heavy rain on and off. Stopped at Randal for lunch at "The Cafe" which was a ...
... strange but will have that available next year. Border guard confessed that they were concerned about lamb and goat when asking about meat? He did discover my bacon but let me go without any problems. Got as far as Wenatchee around 5:00. Stayed at EconoLodge - very basic - fairly clean but allowed pets and was cheap - $55.00 with only $10 for George. Wouldn't recommend but was OK - breakfast very very basic and couldn't even eat the ...
... restaurant on top of the hotel which is along the Columbia River. The river-walk also makes for a pleasant jog.
Down the road on US2 is an interesting town named Leavenworth which is a Bavarian village, sadly I was not here during Oktoberfest but it looked like a great place to spend a day checking out shops and German fare.
<ul><li> I really had to pee and i thought might as well get gas so i paid $17.79 or gas.</li><li>I checked on my food i had two sandwiches and a cup of noodle left so i decided to jsut get a bag of ice which was $4 and then I was back on the ...
I drove with a couple friends to the center of the state. We stopped at a viewpoint of the Columbia river gorge and then did the flat hike to the Ancient Lakes - really pretty colorful lakes amongst the basalt coulees, complete with a waterfall. This is a hike recommended for spring - it was already quite hot at this time of year and many of the wildflowers had already bloomed. Highly ...