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Travel Blogs from Soap Lake
Only a couple of days until our adventure begins. The packing has started and already the suitcase has shrunk! Could it be that I am overpacking?
A pollution advisory has been issued by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. It looks like we may get to experience the "Beijing pollution" that we have read about. But we have masks if needed. Another ...
... if he was kidding.
... that the fuse servicing that bulb was burned out. He used my fuse puller and one of my fuses, so the price turned out to be right.
This put us about an hour late on departure, but we had planned on only driving to the St. Regis area and then north to Cascade Creek Forest Service Campground. It felt good to be back in the RV Saddle again. The miles seemed to melt away as we got used to Shorty's traits.
We stopped ...
... of water per hour. At that rate you would drain Sydney Harbour in 3 minutes!!!!!
*The walls of water roared across the countryside at speeds approaching 130km/hr
*During these periods the 5.6km long Dry Falls is estimated to have been the largest waterfall the world has ever known, with a flow greater than all of the rivers in the world today combined.
[700 miles on the road]
It was unbelievably hot today with temps around 38 C, lucky for us it is a dry heat and there is no humidity to speak of. Today our air conditioner decided that as it hasn't been called into action for over a year it would seize up. After ½ pulling the ...