Cedars Inn Ellensburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
Got to Ellensburg on Friday, essentially for Heather's graduation. Set up our AXIS at Umtanum where we used to camp in our first RV, the BigFoot trailer. Such great memories of camping along the river, enjoying campfire, oh, and drinking a little. It's gotten all organized now under the Bureau of Land Management, so now you need a permit if you breathe too deeply, pick you nose or stare into the distance. But the canyon is such an amazing amenity ...
Oh Man. Four trips to the dump, six to Goodwill and a bunch of stuff given to the kids is an indication that we're serious about this paring down to bare essentials. Big change in location, lifestyle, and future, part of which is scary as Halloween with Joe, and as exciting as trip to the International Space Station. Every day is going to be ...
... shut so sitting in a cold parking lot was a great idea. ..but savannah blew magical golden seal dust in my face so hopefully that helped ;) and the god news is WE GOT OUR PLAYSTATIONS and we are well on our way to becoming gamers!!!!!! yay! or not. ok, we're just hustlin'. oh yeeeaaah..
see you in another place.
... by the road where the trees had been cleared, and there it was, covered in snow, standing tall and proud and communing with the sky. A bank of wispy clouds prevented us from seeing the top, but we saw enough to know it was majestic and it was regal and it was special. And yes, the chance we took paid off. And I have the photos to prove it.
The Chinook Scenic Byway continued on, crossing the north side of the park and ...