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After a rather long winter in Spokane, I was ready for a pleasant hike. While in my heart I'd rather head up to the mountains for a stroll in an alpine meadow, there's way too much snow up there in April. Fortunately in Washington state we have some good springtime hiking options, mostly in the central state in the deserts around the Columbia River …
Not much to say about Yakima. A lovely green winery area but the town is a bit 'hmmm'. LOL. We're on our way to Canada so this was really only a stopover.
... the pics. Never having seen one before, we were both surprised and elated at the experience.
Then, off to reality and a drive to the laundromat.
Nothing new there, but the front-gate-of-the-park-guy, Mike, also told us of a Mexican grocery store, the Fiesta Market. We spent quite a bit of time wandering the aisles and picking out some goodies to share at our ...
... Access. Here at Seaquest the phone is basically nil and text is a bit spotty, but, there's lots of green stuff to see. ;o)
I'll prepare the photos and have them ready when all is well comunication-wise.
As you can see, we did make it off of the mountain and are now in Yakima at Sportsman State Park, only a few miles from downtown. It's a real gem of a place with lots to see and many trails. You will find out about in the next edition.
... for this kind of work. Took me all day, and there were a few minor setbacks, but like everything in life, if you stick with it, eventually you can conquer it.
This part of the travel, until the 9th you can skip over since we're not on our trip yet.