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Travel Blogs from Richland
The Dish box is scheduled to come today, we'll see... We extended our stay here one day so we leave here Thursday. Meanwhile we are fixing all the things we can with what we have onboard. We ordered parts which will be sent to Barbie and hopefully arrive before we do so we can make permanent repairs The joys of home ownership RV style.
It is going to be another warm one today, sunny and in the 90's Thank God for A/C
Well this is a special day for my best friend Barbie and her "womb mate" Jane. May you both be healthy and happy and a part of our lives for years to come!!!
I took pictures at the parking lot on I 82 so I thought I would share (hopefully)
Well things were going too well. We turned south on I 82 and the road turned into a parking lot. Ahead there was a wisp of smoke, then a little black smoke, a lot of black smoke, then flames. After the passage of time finally moved. We passed a melted big rig which had a fight with a ...
... country in which we live. Now we know why the United States of America feeds the WORLD! We are so blessed and we thank God for living here.
From Bend, we drove from US 97 to the Columbia River. Talk about how wide a river could actually be!!!! ENORMOUS! This river was endless. We passed by the John Day Dam and Tom pointed out that the river flowed through a fairly arid part of the country.
... get some Australian liquorice! It was yummy. It was also cool though, out the front of the cafe they had a horse and cart sculpture made of horse shoes, I think that was the highlight of Ritzvillle.
We set off again in the car, only to realise after about ten of fifteen minutes that we had forgotten to take the turn off to Kennewick, so we drove past lots and lots of farming lands, found ourselves in a dodgy area, kept ...