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What's a Walla Walla? It's a Indian name meaning "many waters". It's also the name of a charming town in southeastern Washington; nestled close to the Columbia and Snake River valleys, and with a river of its own, the name is appropriate. This town of just over 30,000 offers visitors an interesting destination for a few day visit as it was witness …
I've just completed my first week of this tour. I am currently relaxing on my day off in a motel in Walla Walla, Washington.
The inevitable tests of grit have come early in the form of hills that climb for many miles, headwinds that make you want to turn around and go home, and one fifty mile stretch with no water stops to be found. Though the daily routine has been a grind at times, my heavy bike ...
... that goes over their little lake where the geese live. There are at least 3 mating pairs, two of which have a bunch of babies swimming around with them. They won't let you see them all and the two without babies are acting like sentry guards, honking and flapping their wings if you come to close so the parents can rush the babies into the reeds.
From here we took a long rocky road, which is called the dog walk. here we took the girls off leash ...
... br> The bike course is 25 miles along wheat fields and beautiful rolling hills. Not very many hills but the ones that were there were more like optical illusions. The landscape looks like you are going up hill when, in fact, you are going down.
The run was breezy going out and it took you along a river by the college. About the time you turn around the breeze quit and boy did it get hot!
Still, Mike managed to finish ...
... like the Grand Canyon. This isn't as deep, but you can see its a little sibling to it.The falls are beautiful. Sun bathers are stretched out on the rocks above it and one guy tried to swim up to it. He didn't make it. It has been reported that someone recently took a kayak off of it. I think I heard 200 foot falls! Wow!
After browsing around a while we decided to head out, but we couldn't. There were so ...
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