Monthly Archives: August 2016

I Can’t EVEN Tell You…

How beautiful it is here. “Here” meaning Washington Hwy 20 through the Northern Cascade Mountains. (See the little head sticking out the window above?  That’s Shiloh) The pictures are nice and can be worth a 1000 words they say, but … Continue reading

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The Mountains Are Calling…

Leaving Wilbur, the wheat fields give way to apple orchards. These don’t look ripe, but most are and it’s apple harvest time. These boxes are piled at all the orchards, and there are much bigger box piles than this.  See … Continue reading

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Grand Coulee Dam

While in Wilbur, Washington I’m having some ‘low energy’ days.  Not sure what else to call them.  It happens sometimes….a day, or a few days,  when I don’t feel really good, but I don’t feel really bad.  Blah days. The … Continue reading

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Meeting Nice People…& Lots Of Wheat!

While we are staying at the KOA at Lyons Ferry…which is of course no longer a ferry, but a bridge…. A very high bridge, over the Snake River…. View looking over the side of the bridge. We check out Palouse … Continue reading

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Amber Waves Of Grain vs Desolate Desert

(a story in pictures) Wow, we are really ‘out here’.  At least that’s how I feel. That’s the moon, above the KOA sign. All the country side near here looks like this….like desert. A railroad track runs through it… And … Continue reading

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KOA To The Rescue….Again

Sunday, August 14 we leave the KOA in Kamiah, Idaho. Above and below are some of the friends we met in Kamiah, on our daily walks. We move on only about 45 miles to a COE (Core of Engineers) park … Continue reading

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A Minor Change In Plans

Sunday, August 7 we arrive at Lolo Hot Springs RV Park.  I plan to stay here for a week.  I’m not much a fan of donning a bathing suit, but I’ve been considering it for the possibility of the hot … Continue reading

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