Howard Johnson Plaza Yakima/Near Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- Got car sick in Yakima and threw up in my car :(
- Had to rent a new car because the smell was so bad.
- Had to pay $100 for a deep cleaning of the car.
- Grabbed gas here at a local 76 gas station for $44.19.
- Grabbed ice and food for $12.
- It took me 4 hours and 2 minutes to get here
- Not a good day in Yakima. ...
Drove down to Mount Rainier with Fabi's friends (Mary, Roger & Michelle) and went up to view it in a cable car. Breathtaking views of this snow-capped mountain. Ate at restaurant at 9000 feet.
Could see Mount St Helens and Mount Baker (180 miles away) from up there. Drove onto hot, dry, agricultural Yakima. Toe now really in ...
... enormous storm and thought it was out of our way when it hit us as we were turning off I-90 onto I-82 for Yakima. We ended up pulling off to the side of the road and it was raining so hard the wipers would not keep up with the rain and the winds were blowing us from side to side.
WOW, that was something to sit through. We were glad it was moving fast and we were soon back on the ...
... water hit me it was like using an apple scented shampoo or soap..
Sunday I was up early and loaded with the empty totes, 15 gallons of juice and maybe 150 lbs of pulp… and the 3 ½ hour drive home…
Sunday afternoon and part of Monday had us canning the juice, and processing the pulp into apple sauce, but it’s much more like apple butter.. We ended up with 40 something quarts of juice and 50 ...
... amazing experience. We started with a couple of .22 rifles, then moved up to a .22 hand gun. At this point we were all hitting the tin targets pretty well and getting satisfying metallic clangs out of them (Katie and I were the only ones to hit the chains holding the targets up, which we claim is much more difficult than hitting the target itself!). The next gun Tim got us to try was a .44 magnum hand gun. Tim went first as usual to show us what to do, then ...