Winthrop / N. Cascades National Park KOA
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... important of all was that we fulfilled Sheila's wish of stopping at Maid Rite for a sandwich. Sheila and her friends would frequent Maid Rite when the kids were young and they wanted to go out.
We picked up the coach at about 5pm and headed back to camp. Tomorrow is an off day - not much to do.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... land is planted in orchards. This is partly co-op, but the Gerber growers and Chelan name is all over. This bring the migrate or seasonal workers. It is just amazing to see so much food produced. I just LOVE driving through crops! To me this is another highlight of the trip so far.We arrive at Pioneer RV park, Winthrop, Wa. early and have to level the RV for the first time. From the park we walk through the mining and farming museum to the ...
Left Worthington after a great stopover - sensational room, free brekky that included bacon and eggs - touring the US sure is cheap and cheerful!
We kept on I90E and got to Jackson where we stopped at the AGCO factory (make Massey Ferguson tractors) for a look at their Inivity Centre, which is part museum, part showroom and had a quick look - strictly a man thing, but the girls enjoyed the brief look too.
Then it was a turn to the ...
... a fairly regular gradient as it rose, so sometimes the river was right along side and at others it was way below us. However, it usually did not take long for the river to reach our height through a series of rapids.
We had lunch on the way up into the mountains and we carried on following the river. Toward the top of the climb the landscape opened out into some high Alpine meadows. There were large areas of open fields and some, but not ...
... a few photos of my arrival then turned the key in the ignition-click,click,click. Dead battery. We had wondered if I would make it over the mountain, but had never considered that the car might not make it. It started sleeting harder as Maura trudged off road through 3-4 feet of snow to make a pit stop, as I dug out the jumper cables and warning triangles. Two cars ...