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Today we left West Glacier in Montana and started heading towards Seattle, WA, which is about 550 miles away. With almost a 10 hour drive, we split this into 2 days and made it as far as Ellensburg, WA, a small town which is about 2 hours east of Seattle. Along the drive, we did see some smoke from the wildfires in Idaho.
Our drive from Chinook to Lisa and Rich's place in Auburn was slow and winding, not to mention that the road was "tippy." By this I mean that it caused the coach to tip from side to side due to the nature of the irregular surface of the road. We stopped enroute at a Rest Area and had a bit of lunch and then on to Auburn.
On Tuesday, Lisa and Lynn went shopping for the day where I went to the ...
Today was my last day in Canada for a while. I left the campground to stop for breakfast and plan the day. The owner turned off the wifi, so all I had was food. But it was an excellent breakfast, so hit the road and work it out later. Had enough info to turn south before Kamloops BC, first good thing. Started warm and comfortable, but then had to go over another mountain, temp went from 68 to 59 and I was dressed For the desert. It ...
Oh Man. Four trips to the dump, six to Goodwill and a bunch of stuff given to the kids is an indication that we're serious about this paring down to bare essentials. Big change in location, lifestyle, and future, part of which is scary as Halloween with Joe, and as exciting as trip to the International Space Station. Every day is going to be ...
... Cascade Mountains is arid irrigation farming, cattle farming, and sage brush where the ground is left to itself.
When we crossed the river, we detoured from the beaten path to go to the Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park (just on the other side of the river). We never did find the interpretive center (my dad told me later that it was not well marked), but we walked part ...