About eleven o'clock this morning, we finally did it! It was so nice to see the Welcome to Washington sign. It's taken us a while, but we are finally back in our home state. It was overcast and a bit windy when we left Wild Horse RV Park and headed towards Milton-Freewater. From there it was over the border into Washington. For some reason, the GPS decided that instead of skirting the town, we should go right through Walla Walla. Since there is quite a bit of construction, it asn't the easiest drive.
But soon we were through town heading for the Farm and Sister Sherry's. I gave her a call from Touchet and she had the gates open, waiting for us. We got parked and hooked up. Forry was able to help with the electric, so it went fast.
Sherry went back to the house and let the dogs out. Soon Keiko, Corin and Lady Bug came running up to say Hello! Keiko has filled out and is taller, longer and wider than the last time we saw him six or seven months ago. He is an absolutely gorgeous fawn colored mastiff. Corin is apricot and Lady Bug is a brindle, so Sherry has the full complement of mastiff colors.
We sat outside, enjoying the sunshine and the birds and the strutting peacocks and chatted. Then it was time for potato salad with the first of the Walla Walla sweet onions and fresh asparagus. Afterwards Sherry and I went out to do chores visiting the chickens, miniature horses, the llamas and the miniature burros.
Forry had put up the satellite antenna, so we'll spend the evening watching the Mariners game.