|Staying at Yakima Sportsman State Park, site 25. Visiting wineries in the area and got a private tour at Olmstead Place State Park which was a homesteader's log cabin from the 1860's and then the house they built in 1930. The state has kept the buildings as true to how they were when they were lived in and have the furnishings that were donated to the state with the property.
We toured the town of Toppenish that has 70 murals painted on the walls of buildings in town. The town is small so almost every building has at least one mural.
This last couple of days have been a lot of relaxing. After rushing around Portland trying to see as much as possible, we needed the rest.
Campground notes: Yakima Sportsman is well maintained - grass cut and watered. During the week it was pretty empty but on Thursday afternoon, more people have arrived. There is no ranger in the ranger station and they are looking for a camphost for Aug, Sept and October. There are only 2 showers for the whole campground and you have to have tokens that cost 50 cents for 3 minutes. There are signs saying to beware of theft and to report any suspicious people around. Campgrounds are usually pretty safe so the signs bothered me a little.