Hay is my new obsession. I can’t stop photographing fields of hay.
The drive across Washington state featured tons of scenic views.
The weather remained chilly with some rain along the way. Our destination: Spokane, Washington. Of course, we had a few pit stops along the way and a few opportunities to sample the fine local cuisine, like this superb confection from the upcoming state of Idaho . . .
Culinary treats were the theme of the day. When we met with friends at the KOA campground in Spokane, we kicked back while Tim prepared dinner: gorgeous pork chops that’d been soaking in an apple-bourbon-maple marinade for close to a week. The sweet steam off our iron skillet taunted us ’til dinner was on the table. Amazing meal! Thanks, Tim and Vicki, for your fine company and generosity.
To see our original trip route map, click on the first post of this mini-series:
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