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Sep 11, 2017 - West to Othello, WA

We followed along the Snake River through miles of wheat and hay farms. The highway followed close alongside the river and then veered away for a while. There were some very interesting cliffs that were created by wind and water over centuries. The state of Washington ranks 4th in wheat production in US, and this was apparent by all the grain storage we saw. All this agriculture is due to water from Grand Coulee Dam and the Columbia and Snake Rivers. We also saw cornfields, dairy cows and beehives amidst the hay and grain fields. As we...

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Jun 6, 2016 - Othello, WA

So we decided to take a scenic highway today instead of the interstate to the south. We dumped our tank and left early for Othello, an R.O.D. park south of Moses Lake, across from Potholes State Park. We were along Hwy 2 so just turned east and headed over Stephens Pass. There were some lovely views of the mountains in between the tall trees. Then past the ski resorts, following rivers down the other side and joining with Interstate 90. It had warming every day in western Washington and today it was 102° in the deserts of Eastern WA....

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Oct 25, 2013 - Washington, Othello

10/25 Left ID this morning and came to Othello WA We cross part of the Columbia Plateu, mostly flat dry and open. Down near where we are staying we see lots of potatoes and potatoe processing plants. We see a huge onion plant that you can smell for miles. When we go by we see huge tractor trailors of onions. There are also lots of apple trees right near where we are camping. We are at Sun Desert RV park, it is a beutiful park and very quite. At least one member of the group must be 55 to stay here. So it is a senior park, but all we were...

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Mar 7, 2012 - Interstate 94 and Beyond

It was 15 degrees this morning at Moses Lake, Washington. A bit nippy. And the first night on this trip that provided a quality sleep. How refreshing that is! As a team, you can drive pretty consistently, 24/7, but there is nothing like even a couple hours of rest in the bunk when the truck is not moving. The trip from the east coast to west coast was adventurous and long; 3225 miles. We picked up frozen potato patties in Easton, ME Saturday night and needed to get to Othello, WA by Wednesday. The short story: We traveled throw LOTS of...

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