We’re still heading south on I-97. We followed the Yakima River for a long time and got some pretty shots of it.
We wanted to stop at a fruit stand to see what was available. This area is known for its peaches in particular, along with the apples. There were several of them along the highway, but we decided to stop at this one.
I admired the beautiful quilt behind the counter, and the owner let down the rope gate and let me get a closer look at it. The wahine who made the quilt was there, too, and she let me take a photo of it!
I just figured out how to measure distances on GoogleMaps! I know I didn’t get in alla curves and stuffs, but what I did added up to about 40 miles. So akamai, yeah? Haha.
Here’s what the split looks like on the map. And holy cow sheep!! Wouldn’t I love to go there, to the Bighorn Sheep feeding station!!