|Lenore Lake Cave, WA|
A pretty quiet day. I put out the trailer mat since I'm not parked where the concrete pad meets the door area of the trailer. Managed to stake three corners, and a small rock on the last. Around noon I headed to the Lake Lenore Caves State Park, about 12 miles south of the campground. The park consists of a parking lot & pit toilet. If you use a Garmin GPS to find it, it is actually 3 miles north on WA 17 from where it is indicated.
There was a bus load of students on a field trip at the first cave. Cave belongs in quotes, at least if you are used to real caverns. They consist of alcoves in the basalt rocks of the Coulee walls. They are deep enough to let you and the Native Americans who used them to get out of the rain, and the view from them is interesting, but they are barely caves. More photos at today's LakeshoreImages page.
Since I was most of the way to Soap Lake, I stopped at John's market for some fruit & vegetables. They had chicken patties on sale, so I bought a package & will have one for dinner and freeze the rest.
After that it was back to the campground to do some reading & playing the addictive "FarmVille 2 on my iPad.
Dinner, as I said was a chicken patty on a roll, and a mixture of broccoli & snap peas. The breaded, pre cooked patties are very good; far better than I expected.
Until tomorrow -