We have made the decision to head back to our hometown a little earlier than planned. The weather at Bryce Canyon is not in our favor. We will visit family and friends; do some fun stuff and some not so fun stuff (clean up the storage shed, appointments, etc.).
Our hometown, Richland, Washington, is located in south-central Washington which is the desert part of Washington State—lots of sagebrush and hot summers. The weather is usually pleasant this time of year, except for a few wind storms now and then. The area is known for some amazing wines, great golf courses, and it is located at the confluence of the Snake River, Yakima River, and the mighty Columbia. No water issues here. The fun stuff will definitely include wine and golfing.
Looking forward to spending a few weeks back “home” and then we are heading to the Olympic Peninsula on the very northwest tip of Washington State to spend the summer.