In American Falls, Idaho, we stayed at a State Park called Massacre Rocks State Park. It was an older park and the drive thru sites were very tight, and the roads within the park were narrow. I don’t think it was built for big rigs!!!!
From American Falls we headed to Mountain Home, Idaho, where we stayed the next three days at Mountain Home RV Park. It had a beautiful setting and was a very quiet place. Had good internet, nice laundry, and very nice sites.
Baker City, Oregon was our next stop. We had stayed at Mountain View RV Park several years ago when we had our Lazy Daze. So decided to spend the night there again.
Our last stay in Oregon was at Umatilla Marina and RV Park in Umatillia, Oregon. A small park, with great internet, in the city of Umatilla, Oregon. From here we crossed the Blue Bridge into the Tri Cities area of Washington – Pasco, Richland and Kennewick. We were heading to the Pasco area, where my sister, Doris, and her husband, Ford, live.
We had made reservations at Hood Park, based on a recommendation from fellow Jojobians – Chris and Carol. This was a beautiful, tree covered park right on the Columbia River. We stayed here 6 days while visiting my sister and her husband.
While in Pasco we went wine tasting with my sister and her husband. We tasted at the 14 Hands Winery and the Airfield Winery.
After Hood Park closed for the season we moved to Franklyn County RV Park. This was a very centrally located park, near my sister and her husband. It was quiet and very clean. Will definitely stay here again.
And Sadie had a great time playing with my sister’s dog, Crosby.
We spent a lot of time with Doris and Ford; had a beautiful sunset one of the nights we ate dinner at their house.
We left Pasco on Sunday, September 8 and headed back to Umatilla Marina and RV Park, so we were in close proximity to Hermiston where we will go on Monday for some new tires.
When we leave Hermiston we will be traveling down the 395 all the way back to CA. On the way we will spend a couple weeks in Reno area. We plan to be back at Jojoba October 21, after a 7-month long trip.