K’den. It was time to leave, even though I could’ve spent much more time browsing in the shop. I’d ordered some stuff online, and to save postage, Ann had it all bagged up for me. Such a wonderful convenience! We got back in the car and headed out of town.
I made a mistake in the last post. This is where that viewpoint video should go. Sorry! It’s sometimes so hard to keep everything all straight. I’m putting the video here where it belongs after the still shots.
There was a sign along the highway for a scenic lookout, so I decided to drive up to it and check it out.
So this is as far as we’ve travelled from Ellensburg. It was now 11:45 a.m. I would’ve loved to take Highway 821, Yakima Canyon Highway. My friend told me it was pretty spectacular, but we just didn’t have time, and we wouldn’t have wanted to rush through it. It was also really hot.
The highway follows the Yakima River almost all the way. I hope we can make that drive sometime.
K’den, pau this chapter. It’s taken me long than usual because I’ve had to crop plenny photos. Next time, we really start da next advencha. Foa realz. Keeping a babooze in suspense; it’s one of the things I do best!
I love dat yarn place, even though I don’t do any fiber arts. Dis babooze is waiting eagerly fo’ da next paht of da avvencha! (I forgive you for not getting espresso at Udderly Espresso. But I bet da milk would’ve been spectacular.)
Oh good… so glad u forgave me about da espresso! I’m sure you’re right about da milk. I’m working on da next chapter now.