Toppenish Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... that have electrical hook up instead of the National parks that we planned. Got a request from Mountain Home family to stop and get some apples before we leave Washington. Think we may be a little early for apple season, but will check it out for them. Pretty glad we decided to stay out of the mid west on this leg of the trip. There is some rough weather that would make RVing really hard. Hope it will all be done before we head that direction in ...
... to be a rocky dike, not paved and not pleasant riding. The surface was gravel and rock so rather than being able to enjoy what scenery there was we had to keep our eyes on the path to avoid the large rocks and patches of loose gravel. Note to self: this ride is a lot of work and not very scenic, no need to repeat it. We did pedal along stretches of the river that were nice but the other side ...
A lot of eastern Washington is on fire so there was
smoke on I 90 but not like the other passes. David did all the driving and did
an outstanding job. We both learned a lot last year so hopefully I will do as
well when I take the wheel There was no road construction so that was a plus
but of course we usually only have
construction when I drive We are at a very nice RV park and will stay a couple
... and probably did at some point) single-handedly build a home from the ground up. Using tools, if needed. He died the summer after I graduated from high school in his mobile home out in Silver Springs. I had been out there just hours earlier, and I remember it feeling very odd that I was one of the last people to have seen him alive.
Yet, here he was, so captured by the figure and presence of my crazy Uncle Earl. ...
... two days earlier.
Heading down over the pass, the landscape change was amazing. On the oceanside of the Cascade Mountains, Washinton is almost unbelievably green, like Taranaki, NZ where I grew up, but out of the rain shadow, this area was bone dry with bizarre rock formations. It reminded us of Central Otago in New Zealand.
After help from the incredibly friendly ladies at the information ...