Eastern Washington May 2021 Family Road Trip

Eastern Washington May 2021 Family Road Trip
By Eastern Washington Expeditions
By Clay Graham / CegPics.com

On Monday, May 150th, 2021, Eastern Washington Expeditions staff did a Family Road Trip in the 1996 F350 with the 11.3 Lance Camper. Five people and two dogs.

We left Selah in the afternoon and headed through the Yakima River Canyon. We stopped in Kittitas to top off both gas tanks in the truck. We then headed east on I-90. We stopped at Winchester EB Rest Area east of George. The next stop was at Love’s Travel Stop in Ritzville to top of the rear gas tank. We got back onto I-90 and headed to Sprague where we turned off to camp at Sprague Motel and RV Park.

The next day we headed on east to Rosalia and visited the Steptoe Battlefield State Park. Next we headed over and visited Steptoe Butte State Park.

We then started heading south to go west. We had to stop in Colfax to top off the rear gas tank again and then headed west to Washtucna to see #thatnwbus.

Then we headed south to see Palouse Falls State Park and then Lyons Ferry State Park. We then crossed the Snake river and headed east to Tucannon River RV Park not too far from Starbuck to camp for the night. This was a very nice RV Park. Great Wifi.

Wednesday Morning we headed toward home by the way of US12. We stopped and topped off the rear gas tank again in Dayton. Then we stopped to see the Green Giant.

After a few photos we headed on. We stopped in Waitsburg to see their public art on Main Street. There are bronze sculptures, “The Waitsburg Story”, “The Waitsburg Trilogy” and “The Waitsburg Monument”.

After that we headed home. The last few miles I had to switch over to the front gas tank because I did not want to fill the rear tank again.

Here are some photos of the Eastern Washington Expeditions May 2021 Family Road Trip:

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