Vintage Valley Inn
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Well we're about 3 days behind schedule already but we're finally hitting the road. The weather is gloomy for our departure, slight rain, signifying our sadness for leaving behind such good friends and memories. We had originally planned to head out to Glacier National Park first, but wildfires and not being able to leave until now, has forced ...
... of year is pleasant with the hills still green from the winter moisture, segments of the drive offered unobstructed views of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams and other peaks of the Cascade range against a clear blue sky and the sun warming us through the windows, life is good. We pulled into a campground in Yakima around 4 p.m. and took off on what we thought was a bike trail along the river. It ...
The crew has run into some heavy traffic on a mountain on Interstate12. There is only one lane of traffic open due to roadwork....first heavy traffic challenge they have faced on the trip.
By the way they made a brief stop for some snacks, food fit for royalty. Thjey also ran across something new, wire mesh up next to the road to prevent rocks from coming down the mountain into the road.
They are getting CLOSE....
... wiki/Teapot_Dom e_scandal
But not before an entrepreneur named Jack Ainsworth of Zillah decided to erect his gas station outside of Zilla in the form of a teapot. The station has been closed for several years but some locals keep it maintained and have even created a small park next to it.
http://www.everythingnorthwest.com/zill ah-washington-teapot-northwest-travel.p hp
... my eye out the day before. (Stupid story, but I have to share it). In Bend, on Saturday afternoon, I stopped by a little garage sale. Why not? I saw that they had some of those elastic bands with handles on the ends that you stand on and then can use as resistance exercises. My friend from Mariposa had told me that he uses them while on the road. I decided to pick up a couple and wanted to test the tension. The driveway ...