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... and the Grand Coulee Dam look like. Fields are mostly wheatfields. (oh, and Nattie trying to eat one.)
Personally, I like the "wide open spaces".
Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Steve and Kim
I could probably write pages and pages of the construction and the details of how the dam operates, etc.
... cooler today than it has been. We really enjoyed this day with family.
Seeing the sunset over the spillway, I am reminded of our God's greatness. It is not only OVER the man made structure; the sunset is what brings beauty to this moment. Our God is ...
... to the Cross and to bless Him that we could have the privilege of identifying just a little with His agony on our behalf.
With every mile marker we passed we would shout out a loud WOOHOO cheer. After passing the small commnity of Douglas we had Waterville in our sights and the thought of a hot breakfast, bath in Epsom Salts and sleep pressed us on. The earliest a breakfast place was to open up was 8am and our hotel was only going to be ready for ...
... still seemed intent on attack. Probably KAMIKAZI MOSQUITOS ;-)
As dawn approached we saw the lights of Coulee City and passed the A La Cozy Motel where we were scheduled to stay. Since we still felt we had some energy to keep walking, we decided to continue our walk across the dam and all the way up the ridge on the other side to help shorten our stretch for the next leg. After getting to the top of the ridge Anne suggested ...
... have that planning and packing down pretty good. Shorts, tank tops, flip flops and snorkel gear - what else do you need? But, this trip, at a different time of year and to a completely different destination is proving more difficult.
But, one week from today, we'll be winging our way east and the tedium of the pre-trip frenzy will be forgotten.