Ann and I went on a two day whirlwind road trip. We left Leavenworth Monday morning and our first stop was Cle Elum, where we checked out a bakery and a thrift shop.
When we left Cle Elum, we headed for Roslyn, a former mining town. I was quite surprised to see all the quaint wooden buildings on the main street, quite the fire hazard as I see it.
I also noticed this statue of a coal miner.
Then it was off to Ronald, another small town.
We also discovered this beautiful area just outside of Ronald called Speelyi Beach Park.
Our next stop was overnight at a hotel in Ellensburg.
Tuesday morning we headed for Yakima where yours truly was fingerprinted at the USCIS Field Office. Afterwards we went for a drive admiring the spring foliage.
We then drove through Selah as we made our way back to Ellensburg and then home to Leavenworth.