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Jul 9, 2019 - Moses Lake WA – Grant County Fairgrounds Campground

Took another short trip down the highway, this time to Moses Lake WA. This gave us a chance to visit with our Sundance friends Tom and Linda. We stayed at the Grant County Fairgrounds, which – it turns out – was only a half mile down the road from their house. It was good to catch up on Sundance happenings and Tom and Linda’s summer doings. They’re pretty busy right now redoing their master bathroom, but they seem like they are having a good time doing it. Drove over to the Grant County International airport one afternoon to watch C-141’s...

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Retired at Last!

Jul 20, 2016 - Washington

July 18th Gassed Up & got weighed at a Cat station, the MH not me. Today is a three state travel day. The Montana Idaho border has a mountain pass called Lookout Pass at 4,865’ No big deal right? Not after the hair raising passes & tourist sites we’ve travelled the last 6 weeks. Oh ya! Well let me tell you, when they decide to do construction on a 4 lane 5 mile 6% grade mountain pass and bring it to 2 lanes with all four lanes having concrete traffic barriers winding & slithering down the side of a mountain giving you a view straight over...

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Jun 26, 2016 - Suncrest RV, Moses Lake, WA

Another beautiful day here in the western USA. We got an early start this morning, and then picked up an hour as we entered Idaho. We arrived in Moses Lake, WA in time for lunch. We are parked at Suncest RV park at Moses Lake. Once again we are parked beside Dennis and Ellen. Time for another happy hour!

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Sep 27, 2014 - Return to Sequim, WA via a 2 day stop at Moses Lake, WA

We left Hamilton, MT on the Saturday Morning, Sept. 27, 2014. Our next stop is Moses Lake, WA, where we will stay until Monday the 29th. We want to watch the Nascar race on Sunday. It was a nice break to just sit back and relax. Our trip took us north on U.S. 93 to Missoula, Mt where we picked up I90 West. The trip was easy with just a touch of rain going through the mountains. Lookout Pass and Fourth of July pass were both in good shape. There was a little construction just east of Lake Couer d'Alene. But it really didn't slow us down...

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Jun 2, 2014 - Pier 4 RV Resort

Just a short drive today over to Moses Lake, Washington. We are on our way to be with Debbie, Bev's sister, for her surgery later this week. We have stayed at Pier 4 previously and the park is near the freeway, it's a nice place, we're tired of lots of travel, so let's stop early and enjoy the day.

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Dream On

May 11, 2014 - Still at Moses Lake

Okay. We are still here. After they got Good Sam's approval on the 8th, they got the parts on order and started the tear down. In order to get to the lift pump and the injector pump to remove them, they had to remove all fairings, cowlings, the radiator and turbo intercooler which takes about 10 hours by itself. When they took the radiator out it was so full of sand (from being camped in the park for 4 yrs which was very sandy and the wind blew it all around) that it had to be sent out for cleaning and they also found the intercooler for...

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May 5, 2014 - Agri Fix, Moses Lake

After a quiet weekend we had to get up at 6 am Mon to get the rig into Agri Fix,(which is a tractor repair shop, used car lot, junk yard, etc. But they have a good reputation) to get it checked out and because RV's have complex motors he was not able to get a verifiable reading so was going to have to check further. After staying a full day in their lot we went back to Sunrise and back up at 6 am again to get back here. After another full day they determined it was the fuel injector pump which is extremely hard to get to and very expensive...

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May 3, 2014 - Pier 4 Resort, Moses Lake, WA

So off we went on schedule; however we had trouble pulling hills but made it to Moses Lake as planned. We stayed at Pier 4 Sunrise Resort which is one of the nicest we have stayed at. Moses Lake is farm country – hot, dusty and in the desert, which is not my favorite type of country. Parker has not liked his house moving at all as he doesn't like change, but he will get used to it. Sophie takes it all in stride as she has 7 yrs of experience of travelling. We will stay here until Monday when we can find a repair shop to check out the rig...

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Jan 17, 2014 - Speech Contest Staff Meeting

Nancy and I drove to Moses Lake this afternoon to catch a staff meeting for the Constitutional Speech Contest tomorrow. It was a nice drive. Nancy is a judge and I will be a timer / tabulator. Of course, I also get to present the certificates to the finalists. It should be fun.

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Sep 21, 2013 - Exhausted in Moses Lake

Wow! We are pooped! The drive was okay, though Nancy took over at Medical Lake and drove the rest of the way to Moses Lake. I fell asleep somewhere West of Ritzville. We got checked in to the hotel and had dinner at Shari's. Now, we're headed off to bed well before 8 PM, too tired to even watch the WSU - UI game. That late night last night caught up with us! Tomorrow, I'll drop Nancy off in Ephrata to visit with our granddaughter and I'll head on North to Electric City.

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Sep 21, 2013 - Moses Lake, Washington

On Saturday we packed and started toward Spokane. We drove 342 miles and stopped at Moses Lake camp Walmart to restock our groceries and get an oil change on the jeep and have a load test done on the jeep's battery. It has been quite a while since we stopped at camp Walmart. There were just tow other rigs here for the night. We have only about 130 miles to go to get to Deer Park, Wa about 25 miles north of Spokane. This is where the rally will be the middle of this next week. We saw a large bunch of elk moving through a pasture and took a...

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Jul 28, 2013 - Moses Lake, WA

Moses Lake, WA is an overnight stop for us. We traveled across the Cascade Range, which includes Mt Rainier, and reached the semi-arid steppe of Eastern Washington. As we have seen before, the mighty Columbia River cuts a ribbon of green through the desert. Moses Lake is a popular recreation area that seems to appear out of nowhere in the desert. The RV park here is nice and it is crowded with boaters and families on vacation. The best part for us is that there is lush green grass all around our campsite. Most RV parks pack the campers in,...

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