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We almost didn't get on the road this morning - turned the key and the motorhome wouldn't start! Luckily, we got going early enough in the morning that it gave Greg time to figure out that it was the battery, he got it jumped, and we found a new one in Monroe, went over and bought it and installed it, and we were on the road by Noon!
Nothing special at this park, just an overnight stop on our way...
Today we started what's referred to as the "Washington Back Country Discovery Route" or "WBCDR". Long winded name aside, what it is, is a route laid out by avid adventure touring motocyclists in the state of Washinton that takes you from the Canadian border to the Oregon border on dirt roads. There is a beautifully published color map of the route and there are a corresponding set of GPS tracks available. ...
... back to the campground and built a fire, but no body wanted s'mores. Went to bed early but didn't sleep much cause it was so warm inside. Thought we needed to keep it that way for Brian but turns out his chills had ended and he was roasting too! Brian, Mary and Avery left to head home after breakfast. We pulled out soon after and heading to Trout Lake to visit family. Got Rainier cherries for only 3.99lb, just picked behind the fruit stand. Soooo ...
... yes, it was pitch-dark and we did not see even the slightest bit of it. I guess I have to come again for that then!
The weather now has been like it is said to be for Washington, rain, rain, and some more rain. But then it is not the usual heavy rain, no, it is a constant (annoying) fine drizzle. Surprisingly though the sun does come out quite a bit, it is ...
... Trail is the longest loop trail in the State at 10 miles running along the Columbia River. The west side of the trail features an urban waterfront park system complemented by the rich diversity of natural habitat on the eastern shoreline. Being a Sunday there was a lot of activity on the trail and in the parks that dot the shoreline.