Holiday Inn Express and Suites
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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!
... if he was kidding.
... about the possibility of being sold. I know that I would. ;-)
We are in the midst of a fine flatland sunset, but I'm a bit on the tired side and won't be getting off of my chair to get a shot. We'll do better down on the Columbia River, I'm sure.
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... the road. We have had such a great time and it is such a freeing experience to travel and stop wherever you want. I would have liked to spend more time along the way home in certain areas but we had a deadline. I have learned I don't want a return deadline when I venture so far from home next time.
We met a couple tonight from Florida. They left in June and don't need to return until November so they pick a place to stay for a few nights and then move on. That is ...
... items that hopefully will last a couple of weeks. As we drove west from the east we definitely found that the topography changed, less mountains and high elevations, flatter land with no forest. There is a lot of agriculture going on in this area. Kind of reminds me of the Central Valley in California but there seems to be lots of water here. We even saw a couple of vineyards, which really surprised me. However the weather is warm, so that ...