Soap Lake has a large Russian/Ukrainian presence.
A Russian/Ukrainian Store.
From Soap Lake we continued on the highway to and through Ephrata.
One of our son’s friends from college came from Ephrata and his family were potato farmers.
In the last month we have been blessed with two new grandnieces. Both born in the Eastern part of the U.S.A. One in the southern states and one in the northern states. Hopefully we’ll be able to meet them in person before too long.
We were sad to hear about the passing of Prince Philip. I’m sure the Queen will miss his presence. Ninety Nine is a long time to live on this earth. Hope the Queen makes it to at least ninety nine.
If you are reading my blog today, Happy Birthday Jim!
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10 thoughts on “More From the Road”
Lovely scenes and photos from your road trip. I love the views of the mountains. The mural is cool.
Have a happy weekend!
…the coffee shop in the grain bin is neat!
Tom, it certainly caught my attention.
Lovely scenery from your trip. I love the rocks on the front of the Inn.
So glad you are traveling around this lovely state. Many interesting areas. Did you climb up to the caves. Very interesting. Dry Falls is extremely interesting and fun to visit. I do like EW . My daughter lives in Ritzville—well not in town but about 20 miles out on their ranch.
MaryBeth, we are enjoying living in the eastern part of our state. We haven’t climbed the caves yet but would like to go back and do that.
Beautiful scenery and interesting buildings make for a wonderful ride.
What a lovely road trip – thanks for taking us along!
Lots of varied sights on your drive.