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... rocks balanced on top of a tapering pillar. There is even a natural rock arch.
44 million years ago a series of volcanic mudflows, swept up and preserved a diverse assortment of plants and animals that inhabited the tropical forest that was here before the Cascades grew tall enough to block the western rains.
Tiny four-toed horses, huge rhino-like brontotheres, crocodilians, and meat-eating creodonts that once roamed the jungles are ...
... for a cache. The only place it could be was overgrown with prickles, so the hunt was abandoned.
We then headed north through some hills that could easily have been the Willunga hills. Apart from the fact any trees were pines rather than gums.
To make sure Robyn kept her cache finding streak, we stopped for a cache housed in an old threshing machine on the side of the road. It could have been a tricky one to find apart from Robyn's nose ...
... expression on his face that shouted excitement for live. That just about brought tears to my eyes. Let the boy go fishing. Eventually the clouds began to explode with rain, dousing me water for 10 miles. As I write this, it is still raining. My first day in Washington and it is pouring. This is the rain we need to extinguish these wild fires. Hopefully these rains completely douse the fires. Despite the rain and steep climbs, I managed to do 19.5 miles. I am now in a rain ...
... most place is really difficult when you are almost 60'feet long so stopping in Washington for the next phase of the trip was not going to work... We are running out of fresh veggies so tonight's supper was burgers, with lots of pickles...and Ice Cream cones...not the mist nourishing, but tomorrow we will stop for some fresh stuff. And, as a bonus, we are very near Pasco and one of Ron's favourite bakeries...and this time they will be open and we have time to ...
A lot of Oregonians asked us if we were going to Hood River, and also highly recommended it. Just a quick one hour drive from Portland, we found ourselves set up on the Columbia River at Memaloose State Park. It was a warm 90 degree day, and we had a shady spot with a perfect hammock spot and great riverside view. Husb whipped up a quick sweet potato hash for dinner and we ate outside. It was a nice, ...