Monday, November 16, 2009

A tour of the West's spectacular national parks

A 38-foot fifth-wheel and a 30-foot motor home guaranteed us all the comforts of home away from home while having a grand change of scene daily. A comforter covered the memory foam pad in the back seat of our truck for Bob, our black lab. Mike and Michelle brought walkie-talkies, great for communicating at food stops, rest stops and fueling stops.

As our traveling homes pulled in alongside each other at a rest stop near home, the buzz to begin another great adventure was in high gear. We were on the move; the wagons were rollin’.

We caravanned up White Pass and through the Yakima Valley. Our first night would be spent in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Even after many previous trips, this route remains a beautiful drive. Early morning, going toward White Pass with the fog just hanging above the beautiful mountains is always breath-taking. Evergreens become sparser as we trail down the other side of the pass, and the land’s lush green gives way to fields of fruit trees and crops. I always feel that this is really the beginning of the trip; like being shot out of a comfortable space station to the unknown. You just never know what might lie around the next corner.
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