We returned to the Bowl and Pitcher Campground at Riverside State Park to be camp hosts in the lower section.
We had impressive views from our campsite.
And many more from park trails along the Spokane river.
There were many flowers and lots of critters to watch even in the heat of summer. We saw squirrels, marmots, ducks, geese, osprey, deer, and numerous wildflowers in the park.
We enjoyed a few evenings with family at their homes and here in the park and were able to do a few little things for them. We plan to head back here next summer so that we can spend more time enjoying the “inland empire.
Now that we have completed our hosting duties we will be spending about 3 weeks heading home via a route that we have not taken before and are looking forward to many new sights along the way.
All that glitters is not gold (Shakespeare) — Your Random Rovers