Fairfield Inn & Suites Yakima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a highly rated coach built by the Amish in Ohio. We found the dealership after a bit of a challenge caused by the phone, of course. She took us to the Porsche dealer first and then got her act together and took us to Fife RV. We like the coaches, but the particular model wasn't present. The deals are much better due to the end of the model year. It was fun, nonetheless.
We left Auburn this ...
... to bloom, so it was kind of a disappointing day. We did however see some beautiful country. Check out the pictures of the snow on the mountain and see if you can see the silhouette of one of our presidents. Stopped for the night in Yakima, Wa, then on our way to Crater Lake, ...
... tuna sandwiches from some of the fresh tuna we brought home from the beach and canned…. That I’m afraid is another blog…
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... some genuine American pie for a long time and these did not disappoint. In fact the whole day was great. Pete and I started the day feeling a bit sad and missing our families, but all the Ryans were so accepting and so welcoming that we couldn't stay sad for long. They welcomed us in with no hesitation and even had presents ready for us to open along with the rest of them. They were all amazingly lovely.
The next day was another fantastic day. We went ...
... hurt either! The Yakima Valley is filled with small farming towns and tourist spots. Fruit stands are everywhere and no matter what you want, if it grows on a vine, in the ground, or in a tree, you can find it in the Yakima Valley. Signs ran the gamut of every vegetable or fruit and Joe swears he saw a ...