We're on a new journey in our motorhome, and plan on being on the road for about two months. We left our campground in Washington on September 9th, and expect to be to our place in Texas around the first of November. This is our first trip without Mandy. She had a good, long life, but we miss her greatly. Our first stop was in Wenatchee, Washington, to visit our friends Bill and Ken. We had such a good time with them that we forgot to take any pictures, so you'll just have to imagine lots of stories and laughter and hugs.We left Wenatchee and headed south and east for the Palouse. Just north of Moscow, Idaho, we found this wonderfully decaying old building just begging to have its picture taken! The Palouse is famous for its high, rolling wheat fields. They have to use special self-leveling combines and tractors to farm this land. Bill was fascinated by the patterns left after the wheat harvest. The view from the top of Steptoe Butte is amazing! This is the Palouse. About 4,000 square miles of petrified sand dunes, as far as the eye can see in every direction. What a terrific stop!We stopped at a nice place in Idaho and ran into friends from Texas (Jay and Lee) and today we drove to Missoula. We'll keep you updated as we go along!