Sunday, October 19, 2014

No Boat at Moses Lake -- 10/7/2014

Willie's Tug is secure, Sweet Caroline is loaded and we begin our travel south as we leave Anacortes at one in the afternoon.


Ready for a Long Winter's Nap
















Light fog descends upon us -- we have no radar -- we drive a safe slower speed until it lifts.

















The lingering Fall colors are brightened by the sunlight into beautiful oranges and yellows,  and confirm that we are heading in the right direction. 




Snoqualmie Valley












We also see signs warning of high and gusting winds, as well as deer crossing the highway -- two important road hazards to avoid.  Fortunately, we have an uneventful trip and enjoy the scenery of my favorite things -- rock and trees.

Did I mention water?


Columbia River

Columbia River Bridge









From our search on rvparkreviews.com we select Suncrest RV Resort in Moses Lake WA and call ahead for availability.  Jessica says if we arrive after 6P, we should find a site and pay in the morning.  At 6:02 we arrive to see she is still in the office, so she asks if we want trees or open for better WiFi.  

Explaining that her family is the new owner of two weeks and doesn't have the credit card machine yet, she writes down our billing information and says she will run the card tomorrow at a neighboring business.  

The clean, well kept park is beautiful, and amenities include pool, spa, walking trails, horseshoe and volley ball pits, and boat launch to the lake.  We wish we had more time to stay.

Find Sweet Caroline still in Washington....




Willie of Willie's Tug,
   and of Walldog, Willie and Jake
   Tuesday, October 7, 2014



2 comments:

  1. FOG, how ironic! Safe travels⚓️ Cindy (Celtic Sun)

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  2. Amazing how they make fog on land!

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