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Travel Blogs from Walla Walla
... Lewis and Clark did about 200 years ago. This took us by the fire and the two houses that were burned to the ground, and the still smoking hot spots. But you could also see the houses that they were able to save and marvel at how hard they must have worked to prevent their loss as well as the trees around and the out buildings. Some area will be ugly but those around the standing houses won't ...
... were able to buy other
locals drinks even when they weren’t there.
Elliott decided to join in and buy “Gator” a pint the next time he came
in. After departing our last stop for
the evening, Elliott grinded out 3 more hours putting us a little ways into
Idaho. Even though Sarah was certain she
was going to take a quick nap and then drive the night, it was I who took over
a bit after midnight, ...
... we frequent the rest areas . . .
It will be cold again tonight and just to let you know that we will be nice and toasty warm with our heated mattress pad that we have on our inverter. . . definitely takes the chill off! Smile! . . . and we'll still be up with the chickens in the morning . . . like 5 am!
The sun is starting to go down, and we’ve got a short day… under ...
... tow and limped at 25mph to walla walla.
I got to the town and drove to Baker Auto. I went there because it was family owned and thats my moms maiden name. Had to be good people. I got there and it was 430pm and they closed at 5pm. They agreed to do a block test and we found out I blew my head gasket...probably the worst thing that could have happened. They told me 2 days work and like 800-1000 bucks. I panicked. What was I to do? Where would ...
... C Q. But I digress.
Leaving Umatilla means that we also leave the Columbia River. We now are following the Umatilla River on Highway 730. The scenery isn't as spectacular as that of the western portion of the gorge but the vast amount of water that is contained by the vertical cliffs is still very impressive. We turn away from the river and onto highway 12. We are traveling through fertile rolling hills and prairies better known as the Palouse. The main ...