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Travel Blogs from Walla Walla
... Lewis and Clark did about 200 years ago. This took us by the fire and the two houses that were burned to the ground, and the still smoking hot spots. But you could also see the houses that they were able to save and marvel at how hard they must have worked to prevent their loss as well as the trees around and the out buildings. Some area will be ugly but those around the standing houses won't ...
... waterfall that was open. We made the short hike up and were all
pleased with the falls. It was a little
over a hundred feet high and put a very cold mist in the already crisp air. Elliott had fun climbing all around while
Sarah and I took pictures. After we all had our fix, we headed up into
the town of Port Angeles; where we had heard the YMCA was allowing travelers
showers for a small fee, due to the fact that the water ...
... we frequent the rest areas . . .
It will be cold again tonight and just to let you know that we will be nice and toasty warm with our heated mattress pad that we have on our inverter. . . definitely takes the chill off! Smile! . . . and we'll still be up with the chickens in the morning . . . like 5 am!
The sun is starting to go down, and we’ve got a short day… under ...
... and sore.
I drove thru Spokane and hit the open desert. I then had to drop off the 90 expressway and start angling down to go towards Mt. Rainier. The drive took me thru a mountain range first. I had looked ahead and saw how steep and far up the road went. The semis at the top of the mountain looked like match box cars. I started my assent and my Jeep was struggling to go. I was able to go about 32mph at most. As I got about 3/4 of the way ...
... large town until we reach Walla Walla. We encounter bands of rain showers but nothing severe.
We have passed through the Columbia River Gorge numerous times and we still find it amazing on how fast the scenery changes. A mixed rain forest of conifers and deciduous trees is the norm in the western gorge. And don't forget the huge basalt outcroppings and cliffs. The big change occurs just east of Hood River. Gone are the basalt cliffs and the green forest. The ...