Oxford Suites Yakima
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Well we're about 3 days behind schedule already but we're finally hitting the road. The weather is gloomy for our departure, slight rain, signifying our sadness for leaving behind such good friends and memories. We had originally planned to head out to Glacier National Park first, but wildfires and not being able to leave until now, has forced ...
... day we headed out for the wineries, of which we had planned to see 4 but ended up adding a last minute one to the line up – and we were very glad that we did. This was the Cultura winery that produced the best red wines we had tasted all day and the owners were a really lovely couple too. Anyone heading to Washington needs to drop into this place and sample and buy some of their delicious wine.
The last winery we visited ...
... theme) nice food tho and an enjoyable lunch. Drove on toward the middle of Washington scenery is lovely different than what we have seen so far more farmland with rolling hills and plains and mountain backdrops. Stopped for the night at a little town called Yakama which is on an Indian Reservation, we are pretty sure we are in the rough part of town but hotel is fine so other than the fact ...
A driving day with a couple of
Our stay at the Trailer Inns RV Park was "nothing to write home to mom about", but it did provide us with good WiFi and laundry facilities to catch up in both areas. As I mentioned yesterday, we were oblivious to the treasures hidden in the Yakima Valley so we were up and out early zooming down the highway.
... those questions can be answered with one word: Privilege.
Dr. Bailey, the Religion Professor I had in college used to start every course by asking his students what Religion they would be if they were born in the Middle East. Most students, having been raised in Christian homes, said they would be Christian. Dr. Bailey would stop at this point and remind us that the dominant religion in the Middle East is not Christianity, but Islam. We would most ...