Sunbanks Lake Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 9am. Thank the Lord we managed to arrive at our destination just as the Coyote Pass Coffee Co. opened. We ordered our breakfast from the friendly owner, Julie, who inquired about what we were doing and was encouraged by our story. Soon another older couple, Pat and Duane Kaasa from Leavenworth and their grandson Glenn Jarman from Houston came to sit at the table next to us. We greeted each other and they were fascinated by our journey and continued to ...
... we wanted to, we could walk back to the bridge and she would then add those extra miles on towards our trip to Waterville tonight. We were a little conflicted, as the sun had already come up and the day's heat could already be felt, but in the end we agreed and walked all the way down again.
It was by then around 7:30am and time for some breakfast. We found a delightful place to eat called STEAMBOAT ROCK RESTAURANT - owned ...
... scenery at our campground along with a day to visit the 'dam'.
Grand Coulee Dam was built between 1933-1942 with a third power plant added in 1974. It is the largest power producing dam in North America and ranks amongst the top 10 largest concrete structures in the world! The dam contains 12 million cubic yards of concrete...to give you an idea of how much concrete that is you could make a four foot wide by four inch ...
... br> Plus I am reading Winterkill by Craig Leslie - about the Native Americans in that area esp Nez Perez. I got to see the Chief Joseph Monument. I guess my perspective was a tad slanted .
But I did find a sweet camp site just outside ...
... time changes, we made it to the dam with plenty of time for the last tour! They only take 40 each tour and it's on a first come basis. We were some of the first there so there was no issue whatsoever. The tour was great. We went in a shuttle bus and went into secured areas and saw several parts of the dam. We saw Powerhouse 3 (which is the largest of the dams powerhouses) and went inside and saw the generators (or actually, the dust covers over ...