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... the green beans still crunchy (I think that's called "al dente" - Dan asked if that meant "******* the teeth"!); the baked potato was just right.
Now we have our cookies (they had them in the lobby of the hotel when we checked in) and our tea and are ready for our evening dessert.
Tomorrow, we will arrive in Ellensburg and stay at my dad's house. He's promised us a barbecued steak supper. Yumm! My dad's steaks are great!
Only a couple of days until our adventure begins. The packing has started and already the suitcase has shrunk! Could it be that I am overpacking?
A pollution advisory has been issued by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. It looks like we may get to experience the "Beijing pollution" that we have read about. But we have masks if needed. Another ...
... which we had picked up yesterday at the Mexican grocery store in Yakima, in the Indian tribal lands. Very indulgent but very yummy.
Yesterday I checked in with the truck driver, who is transporting the cars to VA. On asking him how it was going he informed me in a solemn voice the things were "very bad". "The truck and all the cars on it caught fire!" Of course I nearly had heart failure, ...
... Flat Rest Area on the way, and found that a Forest Service CG , unknown to us, was actually attached to the Rest Area! So, being a pair of astute travelers, we stopped.
Another $5 night's camping was well spent. I got some decent pics there, which I'll actually share here on Travelpod, for a change.
Today, Sunday we drove a bit beyond Ephrata, Washington to Sunbasin RV Park. It's located in the midst of corn and ...
... and flooded the lands below with with almost unbelievable amounts of water. And this didn't just happen once...but it is thought to have occurred several times over about 2 millenia.
I knew that these floods wiped out most of the eastern half of Washington State, but I still wasn't quite sure where to see the most dramatic remnants of these massive events. But I thought that a place called Grand Coulee ...