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Travel Blogs from Walla Walla
... included a whole restored ranger station from the early 1900. It was actively used until 1935 for the Wilderness Rangers, and now is open for visitors, with a resident docent that change every week. They still will run horses with packs from here and old time skills still taught to the rangers, trail and fire crews going into the wilderness.. It was quite unique, something that I've never seen ...
... slept the night away. Elliott stayed up with me all the way across
Idaho, with its slow moving and winding roads.
We made it into Montana and a little ways past Missoula before stopping
at a rest stop for the night to sleep, around 430 mountain time.
”If at some point you don’t ask yourself, ‘What have I
gotten myself into?’ then you’re not doing it right.” — Roland Gau
... where we unloaded some of the containers that carried apple juice home, and picked up our movie projector so that we can watch movies on the side of the trailer at night…. Great Sunset on Hwy 12 east of Pasco on the way to Walla Walla
So here I sit Friday night, in a rest stop in Idaho for the night… saw some beautiful mountains today as we drove over Tolegate pass through ...
Ok so the day had come for me to leave Idaho and Priest Lake. I was ready to go. The last few weeks at the lake had slowed down considerably. I was getting anxious for my next adventure. I was gonna drive to Mt. Rainier for a night of camping, then spend a few days camping along the Oregon coast, then onto Eugene to see and old friend before stopping for a night at Crater Lake. Then I would spend a week with my family in Lake Tahoe.
... taking a nice walk with the dogs.
The dogs are pooped. It is warm and humid out, the skies threatening thunder showers. We leave them home to escape the heat of the day while we take a walking tour of beautiful downtown Walla Walla. We are very glad that we took the time to visit the "Friendliest City In America". Yes, people are very friendly here!
Good God! There is another bear hiding in the bushes behind our trailer. And a huge turtle over there!