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... We had worked up a thirst so Robyn stepped into a cafe to buy some bottled water, and reappeared with two large plastic cups full of water and ice that the kind lady behind the bar gave her, free of charge.
At the lock there was a room with windows where you could watch the salmon on their journey up river, up the specially designed steps. There was wire strung across the river to deter birds from getting an easy feed.
We spent some ...
... min with traffic and google maps which seemed to take us in circles. For some reason Chris's google maps voice is British so maybe she's less useful navigating in the U.S.! =) We finally found our hotel after crazy traffic and stressful driving and were relieved to see a parking structure underground and were willing to pay anything to avoid driving any further! Our hotel is super nice. It was pricey when we booked it but after seeing how clean and ...
... we did hit some rain...which affected the picture taking, but not tons. We needed to get to Vashon by 4 for an interview by Sarah Low at the Vashon Beachcomber, the "local rag", that everyone reads...so our route had to accommodate.
We travelled on US101 north from Raymond to 12 east and eventually to US 101 north on the other side of The Olympic Peninsula along the Hood Canal, probably 80 miles of beauty.
We met TK ...
We started the day with breakfast and the gym and took the trek again to see the Gorge. The first stop was the Vista House to look at the panoramic views of the gorge. Then we headed to Multnomah Falls where we took a 90minute hike up to the top. The falls are breathtaking but the hike is no joke: steep with 11 switchbacks. We dipped our toes at the top of the waterfall and painfully my knees endured the walk ...
... and airlines keep giving them aeroplanes - Oh, I should be so lucky!). In fairness to the 'Heritage Flight Museum', I should also add that many/most/all of the aircraft at the 'Museum of Flight' are not airworthy, whereas all those at the 'Heritage Flight Museum are, and are flown regularly.
This museum is HUGE - we only got through about half of the displays in this first visit and so returned the following Monday to complete the tour. ...