Ledgestone Hotel Yakima
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Today was a spectacular day of riding. We covered 180 miles, of which 80% was dirt and climbed over three passes at 5-6000 feet each. From a riding perspective, it was one of our best yet. As we pulled into our destination of Ellensburg, Claudio and I were thoroughly spent and thoroughly satisfied. ...
We traveled from yakima, Wash to Seattle where we borded a Delta jet for Paris, France. Then east to Athens Greece. [anout 16 houes flight time] After seeing the sights in Athens we borded a cruise ship , Orient Queen owned by Lewis cruise lines. We then cruised to Istanbule, Turkey and south to Ephesis, and several Greek isles. Our goal was to visit as many places as we could mentioned in the Bible. Especially ones where ...
... about 12” in diameter and 36” tall and then built a stainless stand for the cylinder… this was the start of apple squeezing each fall… on 2 or 3 occasions my son Jay helped grandpa make apple cider and apple jack and later when grandpa could no longer use the press he gave it to Jay.. So in the past 8 years we’ve squeezed apples 7 of those in the fall…
This year brought a change in ...
... still beautiful scenery and the lack of snow made driving and getting about much easier.
Christmas morning found Pete and I in such a deep sleep that we didn't hear the Ryan racket as they got up and ready for church. They went to the local Salvos with the above mentioned and we slumbered peacefully on til about 10am when we woke up and got very confused. They came back and got us after church and we all went out to 'The Ranch', as the Ryans call it, ...
... another in the floor of the "heart" of the home, one was given to a young Salvadoran mother who is a cancer survivor. A rose bush on the terrace of our hotel was another spot and yet another was embedded in the sidewalk in front of a home-to-be. One was broken on the escalator in the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, so there were beads ALL over the place. Knowing Pam, I think she would have found that pretty funny. At first I was aghast, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLedgestone Hotel Yakima
Clean, large room in newer suites-style hotel. Nothing special, but great location. The Marriott Fairfield Inn next door would have cost less and included breakfast. Go figure.
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