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... we eventually made it to Yakima Sportsmans State Park.
In my process of getting reservations, I erred and got us into a site without any hookups.
The groundskeeper got us in to a full-hook site for tonight with hopes we can find another spot tomorrow. It's a bit hot not to have the AC running during the heat of the day. If need be, well head out to Othello, Washington and spend an extra day.
... for control. By then I was getting tired and had enough. Just before fining my pasture to lay down in, I came up to some of those giant electric windmills, they were working well and I was in the wind at the top of the hill with them. Too tired to put up tent, no rain forecast and 58 for a low. I can handle 58, not 48. I've got 1200 miles to Las Vegas. All interstate riding. Time to put the hammer down, tomorrow in Utah. Or at least ...
But we didn't get done until late in the afternoon, and we were going to Blu-Shasta, an RV park on the way to Wenachee, but being beat, shot, tired, sore, sad (sort of) we got as far as the Ellensburg KOA, for god's sake. But we stopped at Freddies for some wine and goodies, and we camped right on the river, so LIFE'S GOOD SO FAR, ...
We grew up here, so its home and has a special place in our hearts, but STILL..
....I still remember the good old days when Ellensburg smelled like cowshit on warm breezey days. The Confined cow feeding operation closed down over a decade ago, but I still miss seeing those **** covered cows standing on the heaping ...
... of the day. As we drove south, the skies turned a bright blue with billowy clouds. Optimism rising.
We drove through Issaquah, Fox Hollow and Maple Valley. And we saw fields of wild flowers, white and yellow. And the modest houses were spaced to give everyone plenty of privacy from their neighbors. As we got closer to the park, the foothills began to rise, giving birth to miles of pine trees, thick and tall. The road became ...