Knights Inn Pasco/King City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Well, my countdown clock says I have 1 day and 4 hours until my trip, actually have a few more hours than that but not too many... Will be leaving this Friday at 7ish am. Am getting ready, still lots to do, but thought I'd practice how to blog and reacquaint myself with how to manage the entries, etc... I have to relearn everything when I don't ...
... and it was a great way to kill time. We didn't really learn much about each other that we didn't really know except that Justin's choice superpower was to control time and mine was to be like Kitty Pride and phase through things.
We didn't finish the questionnaire either because arrived at our destination,but it was a good way to pass the hours of boring Washington highways.
We arrived at the hotel, checked in, then via yelp, I found an ...
... view is kind of boring as we head to Walla Walla and on into Oregon. There is a bakery in a place called Pasco, where, in the past, we always stopped for goodies. I'm hoping they are closed when we go through...but Ron is looking forward to stopping in. We stopped for lunch at a park called State Line, right where Idaho and Washington meet on Interstate90. There is parking for big rigs and RV's. It was quiet and almost empty, unlike the one we had ...
We had the absolute best morning at Dunrovin Ranch, if you are ever in western Montana - you need to go there. It is beautiful and the people are so nice and welcoming. This was an awesome experience for us all. This morning Claire and Oriah and I went down bright and early to watch the horses come up from the pasture to eat- it was really cool an they loved seeing all twenty of them run up the hill to the stables. Then after breakfast, a walk to the river ...
... us up the long grades, repeated soft sounds of backfires made us nervous. Only once this day did Joe have to pull it over to cool off during the climb, but we didn't want to take chances. Rather than wait until Everett, Washing, where our new friend suggested we use the mechanics he trusted, we felt that it would be risky to go any farther. Just the day before, in Boise, the tow car (Toad), a 1995 ...