La Quinta Inn Walla Walla
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We have ridden nearly 5000 miles so it is time to service the bikes. Calling around, the first place we could find that would take us in next day was Tom’s in Walla Walla, Washington. Walla Walla was more than 400 miles from where we were, so we had to skip Crater Lake and do some hard riding to get ourselves to Walla Walla.
... included a whole restored ranger station from the early 1900. It was actively used until 1935 for the Wilderness Rangers, and now is open for visitors, with a resident docent that change every week. They still will run horses with packs from here and old time skills still taught to the rangers, trail and fire crews going into the wilderness.. It was quite unique, something that I've never seen ...
... as Sarah’s
hopes were. Then we put the coast to our
back and started on east. We headed down
through Tacoma, crossing some very extravagant bridges on the way down. We then decided to take a midday stop at the
Silver City Brewery in Bremerton, WA; just as little break from traffic and traveling. They weren’t open but the lovely barkeep let
us sample our asses off. The beer was
just what the day needed. ...
We had decided that the 4th of Oct was going to be our target date for leaving for the winter… and we spent the better part of 2 weeks getting the rig checked out… some changes to the trailer, the new caboose checked and all the stuff around the house we needed to get done to depart for the winter…
So around 3 or so in the afternoon we found we were loaded, had ...
... up before my engine died. I was now on the downslope of the mountain and I coasted for as long as I could. When I stopped coasting I was now near the bottom and out in the middle of hot and dry desert. I didnt get anythign when I turned my key in the ignition. Completely dead. My cell phone had no coverage also and I was stuck smack dab in the middle of a huge military training test area. No one for a good 25 miles. No civilization. Also I had ...
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