Vintage Valley Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cut that out of the itinerary. So we're making our way south-east towards Craters of the Moon National park in Idaho instead. We already got lost and had to backtrack about 1/2 hour after Steve missed the one and only turn off so far! So we're spending our first night in Yakima and getting a good night's rest before really starting our journey ...
... what looks like a lovely bike trail loop on both sides of the river we feel it is definitely worthy of a return visit, perhaps on our way home. Back in our toasty warm van we drove a back road through the orchards into Quincy hoping to find an orchard in bloom but alas, we are a couple of weeks too early, the trees are just beginning to show buds so no photos ops for me. It was a pleasant ...
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
... than I remembered him to be, and boasting quite the beer belly! (He assured us, later, that beer bellies are not hard - you just drink lots of beer and don't really exercise). Numerous neighbors were there, young and old. After a few minutes, a tall, thin, rag-haired kid came walking toward me. Although I never would have recognized him, I knew it was my cousin Tim. Smile, handshake, hug, and happy birthday. Immediately after, grub ...