We had a blast at Dozer Day at State Fair Park with the Central Washington Home Builders Association! The kids had fun and so did us adults. Driving the dozers and other heavy equipment made me want to change careers. Well, maybe not the hardworking part, but man, what a lot of fun!
So your ears are still ringing this morning and you're so dog-tired that you've already been through three mugs of coffee. You'll live.
And even if you don't, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you at least lived to see one of the best rock shows Yakima's had in years -- Journey and Asia packed the Yakima Valley SunDome Wednesday night, delighting a packed house with some signature sounds and a colorful light show...
Yup, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday (March 18-19) at State Fair Park, 1301 S. Fair Ave., kids' biggest dreams can come true: They'll have the chance to play in the dirt and operate heavy construction equipment!
It's almost like going to the fair -- except the rides are even better, since YOU get to drive!
Last month our awesome NASCAR Weekend Blast Off contest with Brumback Law Group sent Marsha Lance, Rocky Calfrobe and their guests to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a getaway weekend. The package included the plane ride there and back, a three-night hotel stay at the world famous Stratosphere, three NASCAR races at LVMS and Neon Garage pit passes.
We had a blast at the fish races at the Central Washington Sportsman's show on Saturday! Our kiddo winners from Townsquare Media radio stations thought the whole thing was so fascinating! Bi-mart gave me a $300 gift card to go get prizes for the kids. Fishing poles, tackle boxes and Bi-mart gift cards. Every kid left with a prize!
I grew up in the snow. Ten-foot drifts in Wyoming seemed like no big deal when I was growing up. Now that I live in Yakima, I guess it was a big deal. The snow here really isn't too much. I learned to snowmobile with the best of them, but I could never do what our Joe Parsons can. The kid is amazing. He has just taken two medals in the 2017 Winter X-Games in Aspen, Colo.
With a steady drum cadence, an honor guard, a police escort and several Yakima Transit buses trailing behind, about 200 people joined a mile-and-a-half-long peace walk through Yakima to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
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