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Sep 12, 2016 - George comma Washington Bluegrass Festival
Well, after four months reconnecting with family in the Pacific Northwest, we have turned toward the south, intention is to get out of the Pacific Northwest before the rains and fog start again. So on September 12, we turned the flat front of the RV toward Moses Lake, Washington for a visit with Larry's Mom, and then we will head toward Idaho and Utah. We met Mama Rosa in George (comma,) Washington, where she was camping in her Motorhome with a group of musical friends, all of them were participating in a "Bluegrass Festival." The park...Jump to full entry
Apr 15, 2016 - By George Washington, by George!
Martha’s Lake is a Washington State Fish and Game Management Area. It is part of the Quincy Lakes Unit just outside the town of George, Washington. Camping is allowed for free up to three days. It is part of an area called potholes. Several small lakes that are great for birds migrating through. The marshy area around the lake is perfect for the Redwing Blackbirds and Yellow-headed Blackbirds that nest there. There is also a small rookery for Double Crested Cormorants and Black Crowned Night Herons. There is a small lake where fishermen...Jump to full entry
Apr 30, 2015 - Martha's Lake Wildlife Management Area, Washington
After touring Pendleton, we hooked the trailer back up and drove into Washington. Hard to believe that with wintering over in Oregon, that we have been there for five months, longer than we had been on the road. We found a National Wildlife Refuge Complex office just over the border in Burbank Washington, and I had a nice visit with one of the refuge managers there from the Hanford Refuge. I collected stamps from eight refuges that they oversee there. We drove past the Hanford Nuclear plant where Mike had done some work in the past. He did...Jump to full entry