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Drove down to Mount Rainier with Fabi's friends (Mary, Roger & Michelle) and went up to view it in a cable car. Breathtaking views of this snow-capped mountain. Ate at restaurant at 9000 feet.
Could see Mount St Helens and Mount Baker (180 miles away) from up there. Drove onto hot, dry, agricultural Yakima. Toe now really in ...
... rushing around the rocks and it was nice to get some fresher air and cool down from the heat.
The rest of the day was a lot of driving from Montana, across Idaho and over to Washington. At one point we thought that we saw Sevi’s Moose – but it turned out that it was an Elk!
Another stop along the way just pass Coulee Dam at Steamboat Rock State Park where we parked up for the night. We had some more camp ...
... gravel. Note to self: this ride is a lot of work and not very scenic, no need to repeat it.
We did pedal along stretches of the river that were nice but the other side of the path revealed backyards ringed with ribbon wire, strewn with junk ...
According to Wikipedia Zilla has a population of 2,198 people. I didn't see any of them except whoever was in the couple of pickups that passed by and the folks operating a fruit stand or shopping at a second hand store.
But I did get to see the "world famous" Tea Pot! I bet ************e recalls what the "Tea Pot Dome Scandal" was all about. But the 2,198 people in Zilla live with a quaint monument to it.
... all rough gravel, so I didn't want to stand on the band and damage it, so I just hovered my foot a few inches over the ground and looped the elastic underneath, then started pulling the handles up. Well, my foot was clearly not properly leveled, and my sandals do not have a lot of grip, and the band slipped out from under my foot, snapping, no, launching directly into my right eye.
It felt like my eyeball was in my throat. ...