Travel Blogs from Mount Vernon
... he was! I guess that he has to make his own amusement ! it must be lonely driving long distance trucks.
Tomorrow we will drive through Spokane , and across Idaho into Montana. We hope to stop in Arlee to see the temple of the 1000 Buddhas, and then we will decide if we want to go to Glacier National Park before going back down south to Stevensville to see Ralph's aunt and uncle.
... about the possibility of being sold. I know that I would. ;-)
We are in the midst of a fine flatland sunset, but I'm a bit on the tired side and won't be getting off of my chair to get a shot. We'll do better down on the Columbia River, I'm sure.
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... and flooded the lands below with with almost unbelievable amounts of water. And this didn't just happen once...but it is thought to have occurred several times over about 2 millenia.
I knew that these floods wiped out most of the eastern half of Washington State, but I still wasn't quite sure where to see the most dramatic remnants of these massive events. But I thought that a place called Grand Coulee ...
... br> around this place"
So begins our journey into vinyl fence building.
The ground here has a lot of clay in it. So Roy decides he will just dig 72 holes 8ft apart.
Mel say nooooo we will rent an auger. So first two augers would not dig at all. Come to find out
they had bad bits.
Third day rented an auger that had to be delivered so Roy asked Mel to have the delivery man show them ...
Moving onwards I went to visit a cabin at Big Lake, Mount Vernon – still in Washington State. If I
thought camping was relaxing that’s nothing compared to staying in a cabin. You get all the fun of camping but without having to actually camp. You know me, I’m a pretty fastidious cat so I much preferred being able to sleep indoors where there are ...