Toppenish Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... I was kind of glad to be off the bike for a few minutes; my new seat was taking a little bit of getting used to! We’d called ahead to The Barn Motel, and arrived there about 4:00. So, in case you thought we really were sleeping in a barn tonight, there’s your answer. It had been purchased by new owners in January, and they’re renovating rooms as fast as they can. They were very ...
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
Earl was that uncle. Everybody has one. The wacky, fun, crazy, beer-drinking, drag-racing, trouble-making uncle. Growing up, I rarely got to see him since he lived in Washington. I only had a few memories of him. I remember him doing a back flip into a swimming pool with a beer in each hand. We all cheered when he actually landed it without spilling the beer. I was the ring bearer at his wedding. I do not recall the wedding at all, ...
... guys - who insisted on picking up the hay bales for him.
Tuesday - I got up very late. Jane and I did some chores and spent a quiet day. I think the weather is going to change because my knees are hurting me. It is very windy. Jane and Don gave me a Kindle and I am still trying to get through the directions. I am good at turning it off and on ...
... riding today. One little setback, Blake got hit in the left cheeck (about an inch below his eye) by a small rock coming up off the tire of a large truck. I saw him flinch but never heard anything then, a little later, I saw him wipe his face and come back with blood on his glove. When we pulled over to check him out he was, indeed, bleeding. We cleaned him up, put a bandaid ...