Yes, we are still playing around the water - this time in Washington State.
In 1941 the Grand Coulee Dam was built on the Columbia River as part of the Columbia River Basin project, creating a 130-mile long lake - Lake Roosevelt.
|What a view!|
Wonderful friends Pam and George were so nice and invited a bunch of us to stay the weekend at the Lake House.
We packed so much food and liquor you would have thought we were staying a week - not just 2 nights.
Pam and George made us feel so welcome and took excellent care of all of us.
|Cruising along the river|
Ritch and Sue (Union High School buds) drove over from Vancouver.
So happy they did.
Can't believe we have known them for over 45 years - seems like yesterday!
|Sue making us laugh all day!|
We first met her in Fiji and bonded. She is wonderful.
|Doug and Brother Ken - nice surprise|
Brother Ken, from New Hampshire, flew in early and surprised us - so happy he did.
|Cruising along the lake|
So we spent the weekend on the pontoon boat (with the big engine) cruising up and down the lake.
|Crazy guys - going to hurt!|
And paddling around on the paddle boards.
|Annette and Doug stirring it up|
Plus, there was crazy guys jumping off big rocks - yikes.
|Lots of deer along the shore|
There were lots of deer along the shore - they didn't seem to be too worried about us.
|Hanging at the Whitestone Winery (Yurt)|
We stopped by the Whitestone Winery and drank wine in a Yurt.
Now that is a first.
We still had a good time playing Bag Toss on the lawn and relaxing.
|Enjoying the lake|
A very pretty setting!
|Girls Just Want to Have Fun|
We had such a wonderful time.
It went way too fast.
|Hanging at the beach|
So nice to spend the weekend with wonderful friends and family.
Thanks so much, Pam and George. We want to go again!
|Going up the river|
|Sunset on the water|
|Yard Art in Wilbur - hah!|