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Aug 11, 2018 - Davenport WA – Roosevelt Recreation Area - Fort Spokane Campground

Stopped off in Spokane Valley on our way here to shop and get my hair done. This campground is in a National Park and I’ve only seen a couple of yellow jackets here, so maybe we left them behind. Even Bridget is excited to lay outside and enjoy the day. We’re getting closer to the many fires burning here in Washington state. It isn’t anything like California, but still, the sky is hazy and you can smell the smoke in the air. We are near the place where the Columbia and Spokane rivers get together to form one river. There are tons of...

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Retired at Last!

May 28, 2011 - Family Ties

We left Gary & Ruth's house this morning and drove about 30 miles to Davenport, Washington to visit a cousin of mine that I had lost contact with through the years. Kathie and I were close growing up, but when she went away to school and I went away a couple of years later to a different school, we lost contact, until today. She had several photos on the dining room table when we arrived of some of our childhood memories. It was wonderful to reunite as adults and talk about some of our stories and compare notes. She has found a wonderful...

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Dream On

Sep 4, 2010 - washington

Late going this morning our get up and go...dam it just left!But as Ken says I'm lucky we gain an hour today. Looks like Cmx is where we stay we couldn't get a permit to park bikes in the yard all the houses in that area are in a bike free zone....I never!! LOL So we vetoed that house and put our bids in on the other 2 as they go to auction soon. Overnighting at 2 rivers campground and casino..Ken carried the load again he was the winner of the night. Long way out from Spokane but very nice we are back in real farm country westward ho...

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Nascar Adventure

Jul 12, 2008 - Davenport, WA

Spokane might have made more sense for a last overnight stop, but Jim has done work in the city and wanted to move a bit farther west to maintain the aura of vacation. We ended up in Davenport along State Route 2, in the middle of miles of wheat fields. We lucked into a room at the Morgan Street Bed and Breakfast, a Victorian home built in 1896. The beds were comfy and the breakfast on Sunday morning was delicious. We chatted with the owners, regaling them with tales of our trip and enjoying their stories about the local rodeo and a pending...

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