Comfort Suites Moses Lake
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<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 ...
... the green beans still crunchy (I think that's called "al dente" - Dan asked if that meant "******* the teeth"!); the baked potato was just right.
Now we have our cookies (they had them in the lobby of the hotel when we checked in) and our tea and are ready for our evening dessert.
Tomorrow, we will arrive in Ellensburg and stay at my dad's house. He's promised us a barbecued steak supper. Yumm! My dad's steaks are great!
... he was! I guess that he has to make his own amusement ! it must be lonely driving long distance trucks.
Tomorrow we will drive through Spokane , and across Idaho into Montana. We hope to stop in Arlee to see the temple of the 1000 Buddhas, and then we will decide if we want to go to Glacier National Park before going back down south to Stevensville to see Ralph's aunt and uncle.
... Flat Rest Area on the way, and found that a Forest Service CG , unknown to us, was actually attached to the Rest Area! So, being a pair of astute travelers, we stopped.
Another $5 night's camping was well spent. I got some decent pics there, which I'll actually share here on Travelpod, for a change.
Today, Sunday we drove a bit beyond Ephrata, Washington to Sunbasin RV Park. It's located in the midst of corn and ...
We hit Moses Lake today. It reminds me of why we moved to Bellingham. 90 degree weather and I just don't agree anymore! Plus all the little bug bites from the last few days itch more in this heat.
It is with mixed feelings that I write this last blog. I am happy to be back in Washington and so close to home so I can see family and friends. The dogs will be happy to run leash free. We need to rent our apartment and we need to play trivia again. But I am sad to ...