Ramada Moses Lake
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We have reached the end of June and are now in Washington!
This morning, we walked about Sandpoint a bit before we left. It is a quaint little town of about 7,000 people that swells with tourists to the nearby lake in the short summer season. It is (was) also home to the now bankrupt Coldwater Creek company. We stopped at a Military …
We arrived here yesterday afternoon, passing by the Gorge Amphitheater where Ralph once drove to with the Ozzfest Tour, in 2000.
This RV park boasts a swimming pool a basketball court, large picnic area and a nine hole golf course, lots of beautiful shady willow trees and green grass. Maggie is very happy not to be in her crate today and is lying under my camp chair.
I cooked chorizo and eggs ...
... of the green variety. One photo shows sagebrush, wildflowers and corn in various layers, so to speak. The view of the area using Google Earth shows nothing but a vast number of green circles. Just enter Ephrata, WA in the destination block and you too may be amazed. Google Earth is very user-friendly, You might learn something new.
The temperature today got into the mid-eighties here with a bit of rain enroute. We passed ...
... the road. We have had such a great time and it is such a freeing experience to travel and stop wherever you want. I would have liked to spend more time along the way home in certain areas but we had a deadline. I have learned I don't want a return deadline when I venture so far from home next time.
We met a couple tonight from Florida. They left in June and don't need to return until November so they pick a place to stay for a few nights and then move on. That is ...
... The campground is overlooking either a lake or reservoir, gotta find out which, and it is a a great spot. We arrived on a Saturday so there is quite a bit of water activity going on, makes sitting and watching the view more interesting. There are a lot of young people here boating and having fun. Tomorrow we will go venture out and see what is happening in this area. We did notice that across the lake it seems very bare of any plant ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Moses Lake
The room is comfortable and the staff are helpful. They made an excellent recommendation for supper - Michael's on the Lake. They also had yummy cookies in the lobby when we arrived! We have yet to experience their breakfast buffet. The room could use some attention, though. The microwave is missing the small wheeled circle that supports the turntable as it turns. There was a partially used hand lotion bottle on the sink, rather than a fresh one, and the recliner won't recline, the seat sags, and the armrests are torn. But other than those little things, it's a pretty nice room.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.