Courtyard Richland Columbia Point
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... consistently, which reminds me of Language School! That will be my song and dance, best of intentions to study Italian but life gets in the way so I will be back in kindergarten no doubt but I will still enjoy learning the same things over again! After 50 isn't everything new again?
Off to continue my packing. See you all later!
Ii had a great time with Marti and David. We did some touristy things in Coopville. Made home made noodles a couple of times. Hosted a block party. Even had a couple of blue sky days. Headed over to Jane's. Unfortunately there were no Dungeness Crabs to be had on Whidby Island so no crab ...
... that had glowing reviews called Masla [check it out if you're ever in Kennewick, for some strange reason]. I had saag paneer with onion naan, and Justin had chicken masala with garlic naan. Totally delicious, it was a family run business, and everyone there was super nice. Portions were large too, both Justin and I had leftovers.
Then it was back to the hotel, updating journal time, and off to bed.
Then we woke up, ate breakfast, and it was off to ID.
... 10 minutes earlier that was packed with both RV's and big rigs. The State Line park was dedicated to all the Armed Forces personnel with plaques honouring them. The grounds are very well kept, but apparently the bathrooms were not!!!! The road from Spokane to Walla Walla changes dramatically, going from lush and green to almost desert. There are a lot of huge fields planted with grain crops, many as far as you can see. And, it is very hot, like ...
... Suddenly, Tom said, "I feel as though I've been here before. Many moons ago when Tom was employed by the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and also by a company called Tenera, L.P. he would travel to Richland on business with his buddy Jim Eckhardt at the very same hotel. Needless to say, the hotel HAD NOT CHANGED ONE IOTA, hence the title "Going back in time."
We waited for the heat to subside and Tom, ...