DAVE & REBECCA'S BIG ADVENTURE travel blog

What a nice center piece to welcome guests at this park

Don't forget to check in with the nice ranger.

flags and flowers, loven it ! ! !

Our site #139, had to nose into cuz the utilities are on...

Dave doesn't have enough electric cord to run 50 feet.

Our friends the Holley's and the Haag's are across the street.

View out our front window, we see birds and squirrels and chipmunks

The little Diamond lake on the property

A nice lake with such a draw to swim, dive, fish, canoe...

Big open field to play Disc golf or many other things.

The park is full for the Fourth of July weekend...

On one of our walks Dave noticed this tree, in the distance,...

The two trunks, are so knotted up they make a square, curious...


PHOTOS TO COME SOON< check back with us.....

The 270 mile drive from Toppenish, WA to here was relatively easy. We arrived here at the Thousand Trails Little Diamond park on Wednesday, the 28th of June. Rebecca drove a portion of it on I-90. Remember, dear reader, that our traveling dynamics dictate that "We go south of I-10 for the Winter and North of I-90 for the Summer" and so here we are, finally!!! We're about 40 miles north of Spokane and I-90. We've been here once before and like the area, it's densely forested, friendly small town atmosphere.

As it turns out we're meeting up with friends, the Holley's and the Haag's as well as the Wilks. It should be lots of fun and many catching up stories to be told... You saw the Haag's and the Holley's in pictures from our time in Brenda, AZ last winter, when they stopped in to visit for a couple weeks.

On one of our walks around the park, Dave spotted a peculiar tree, that had two trunks which are so twisted that they made a square. See the pictures.

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