Wallace Falls Lodge/BB
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This azalea blossom attracted my attention at an unscheduled stop in North Bend. Notice the big yellow truck in the background...that's the reason for our stop. It wasn't shifting down while going up hill and wouldn't maintain highway speed. A technician ...
... us with amazing views. These northern Cascades are beautiful. And with the clear blue, sunny skies, I could see far off into the horizon for miles at the mountains that lay ahead and behind. I really have been enjoying these past few sunny and warmer days. I don't know how long they'll last, but I'll take them. After today, i have 201 miles left. I am so ready to be done. I am tired, both physically and mentally. And my foot ...
... for lunch. It is a Barvarian themed town JUST like Frankenmuth. I think there is a formal collective of these towns across the USA. Jie picked out a nice hat and a change purse (she has a strange facination with coins), Its hard getting her to let me buy her souveniors like these. We had a good sized lunch, i had my second variety of Monte Cristo..not so good, too much bread, a 3 layer sandwich, but german sized portions for sure. It ...
June 19, 5:30 AM -- Bellevue Transit Center
I originally planned this trip during the depths of the miserable 2014 Spring: cold, wet, cloudy, gray. Greece would be a nice respite. 2015 has brought an historically pleasant Summer and Spring though, which kind of bugs me. This morning is a good one to leave though: cold, wet, cloudy, gray.
The bus driver is warning about unusual traffic, likely due ...
... zoo, we decided that we would head off to our next stop - the Snoqualmie Falls (http://www.snoqualmiefalls.com/). This was a 30 minute drive from Issaquah - back out the I90 past Fall City and onto the Snoqualmie Parkway. The falls themselves are spectacular - water from the Snoqualmie River runs over the falls and 270 feet down to the bottom. Much of the electricity for Seattle, Tecoma and the surrounding area are generated in the ...