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Travel Blogs from Yakima
... the pics. Never having seen one before, we were both surprised and elated at the experience.
Then, off to reality and a drive to the laundromat.
Nothing new there, but the front-gate-of-the-park-guy, Mike, also told us of a Mexican grocery store, the Fiesta Market. We spent quite a bit of time wandering the aisles and picking out some goodies to share at our ...
... camera's telephoto mode.
We hiked a mile or so at Coldwater Lake and eventually found Lollit View Point, the spot we were looking for. It was cold and windy, so we didn't take the trail this time. I got a few shots to prove to Lisa that we'd made it and headed back down the mountain.
We drove back to Castle Rock, where we'd turned off of I-5, so I could gas up the Sooby. Gas is running about $3.69/.79 in this area.
The skies were sunny part way and as we reached the top of the last hill into Selah, the storm clouds were back over all of West Valley and to the North. We made it home without anymore rain but it did hit further West. Getting home about 2:30 was a real break, so we had time to unload, and still relax a bit.
Wonderful trip, great memories, great family time.
... pints of apple sauce… OH YEA and 4 gallon of a special recipe of some apple cider with something special added to the mix…. One of our neighbors has this great tool that looks a lot like a meat grinder, where you pour in cooked apple pulp in the top, turn the handle and out one shoot is the apple sauce and out the other is the dry skin, seeds, stems, and maybe a few worms….
Hope you enjoy, we sure ...