Sunbanks Lake Resort
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... now extinct Dry Falls, and set up camp in the park at the base.
This chapter is about to get a bit educational so, unless your a geography nerd like me, you might like to skip straight to the pictures. The figures that accompany the Missoula Floods are mind blowing:
*There is evidence that Lake Missoula burst it's banks at least 25 times
*The largest discharge was estimated to be upwards of 10 ...
... still seemed intent on attack. Probably KAMIKAZI MOSQUITOS ;-)
As dawn approached we saw the lights of Coulee City and passed the A La Cozy Motel where we were scheduled to stay. Since we still felt we had some energy to keep walking, we decided to continue our walk across the dam and all the way up the ridge on the other side to help shorten our stretch for the next leg. After getting to the top of the ridge Anne suggested ...
... a round of golf - the first Ken has played since mid-May. Our short visit to this area has convinced us that we need to return for a longer stay at some later time.
From Leavenworth we continued east on Highway 2 and after about 20 miles the scenery changed - dramatically!! We would travel on to Steamboat Rock State Park, located about 12 miles outside of Grand Coulee. We had three days here as well. This gave us time to soak up ...
Sad to leave Momi's but I got "itchy feet" . Several people told me I should see the Grand Coolee - so I did However, It was a sad visit for me. I could not help but focus on the cultural genocide that went on I got to see a movie made in 1939 that ...
... every time they fight a fire.
We then got back on track and headed for Grand Coulee Dam. It was about a five hour drive. The scenery was really beautiful at the beginning. Then we got to real flat areas. Even at that, seeing all the wheat fields was very pretty as we just don't see big agriculture areas in NM. We didn't know if we would make it to the dam in time for the last tour but had decided the smoke jumpers was a higher priority. ...