Days Inn Ellensburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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This scenic overlook on the ridge east of Vantage captures a panoramic view of the sculpture and the Columbia River Gorge. The last time I stopped here was in 2002 at the start of my motorcycle trip around the US. Another tourist, a young retired Navy, said they would fly A1s & F18s through the gorge during training missions about this time of ...
... A deep clean was long overdue and having the doors and windows open and drawers cleaned out, and the dust wiped away is so refreshing!
It's all part of the departure preparations since it's so much easier to pack and leave when things are decluttered and organized - and much nicer to come back to! So cleaning first, then creating an ongoing list of things to remember to pack (adaptor kit, vouchers and itinerary, ...
... into an alternative certification program so I can get my teacher's certificate without going back to school for x amount of years (or whatever else I decide to do with my life).
So, there's the background info you need. On Monday I am heading over to the West side until I fly to New York on Thursday. I hope my cousin, Kim, is prepared to deal with a sad and mopey Heather... Because for some odd reason I got somewhat attached to little Ellensburg, Washington.
We grew up here, so its home and has a special place in our hearts, but STILL..
....I still remember the good old days when Ellensburg smelled like cowshit on warm breezey days. The Confined cow feeding operation closed down over a decade ago, but I still miss seeing those **** covered cows standing on the heaping ...
... of the day. As we drove south, the skies turned a bright blue with billowy clouds. Optimism rising.
We drove through Issaquah, Fox Hollow and Maple Valley. And we saw fields of wild flowers, white and yellow. And the modest houses were spaced to give everyone plenty of privacy from their neighbors. As we got closer to the park, the foothills began to rise, giving birth to miles of pine trees, thick and tall. The road became ...