Knights Inn Pasco/King City
Travel Blogs from Pasco
... hot in the Palouse area compared to the mild temps we enjoyed in Montana. We did have a special treat of seeing a rainbow at the base of the falls! After returning to the car, we noticed that a storm was advancing from the west which would make the area overcast… better for photos, so we waited it out for about 10min, and I went back and took a few more pictures. It will be interesting to compare the ...
It was a pretty exhausting day today. We only rode 85 miles but the majority of it was on this horibbly gravelly road that just killed our speed. The ride was hard but when we got to Richland and we had an awesome friendship vist with the arc of the tri cities. I was able to meet some amazing people and share a fun dinner and dance party with them. My entire day was made when ...
... vigor, as they may have said back in the "Dark Ages" of my youth.
Oh, did I mention she's located in Kennewick, Washington?? No problem, we can leave on Saturday, says Lynn. That's my birthday, I say, but we have no set plans, so I agree. She's so dang cute, who wouldn't?
Eight hours later, including only a single half-hour period of sheer terror in a MTDOT snowplow-induced white out, here we are at the Blue Dog RV ...
... more open to new experiences
* it's definitely not something to be afraid of
* probably won't be my first choice of travel in the future
* you need to be o.k. with silence
* wifi access is invaluable, it would be really boring with no access to email, internet, staying in touch
* it's easier to get a seat upgrade when solo
* tons of smoking!!
* lots of cats roaming around... ...
I was very easy getting across the border. Good thing we had gotten rid of all the produce to start with since they wouldn't let us bring any in from Canada. The border agent was a quilter so we spent 45 minutes talking quilting and looking at my stash I brought with me.
Very hot drive in the 80's ...