Up early and on the road by 6 a.m. in order to get out of the Seattle area before traffic becomes completely ridiculous. We didn’t do too bad either. Stopped in Ellensburg for breakfast and then back on the road across Washington.
This time we were going to park at the Couer d’alene Casino near Whorley, Idaho for the night. It’s just 15 minutes from our son’s property near Plummer.
Michael and Andi plus family have 80 acres. They’ve been working on the pole barn’s upstairs to make it their home. The Mister has spent a couple weeks helping. This visit was an opportunity to see their progress, spend the evening with the three kidlets and watch for wildlife. It was also a chance to see our oldest son Matt who has been working at Nine Mile Dam near Spokane.
We weren’t disappointed. Their home looks fabulous. It is really starting to take shape. Dinner was yummy and we watched turkeys, deer and even bear dine up on the hill. The cloud of pollen was incredible. It just stirred up and blew across the property. Everything turned yellow.
The boys schemed and came up with a future plan to hunt for the bear. Oh goodie…