Travelodge Walla Walla/East Main St
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- Walla Walla, what a fun name. I choose to step in this city for one day because it's name.
- A small town 260 miles away from Seattle. walked around the downtown and enjoy the road trip. sleep in the car.
- Dinner and lunch cast me ...
After a great sleep due to the quietude of this Retreat, we drove back the fifteen or so miles to visit the falls. Our dear daughter-type friend, Lisa, had recommended we visit the Falls and there we were. The river runs through a dry and open grassy area with outcroppings of Basalt. The falls are quite unique as you can see from the photos/videos on Facebook at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/.
We hiked a bit, but with no defined, ...
Well, we are days from leaving and still don't have Mailens passport, yet not worried??!!! Have had it expedited so will call again tomorrow and trust for the best! Tomorrow is Mailens "gotcha" day-the day we arrived home with her from guatemala. Amazing to think she and I are headed back in just a matter of days! All I know is this trip will be far more amazing than I can imagine. I pray it gives us both an appreciation for all we have been given. ...
... lead cans used to hold the gun powder which were then melted down to make bullets. There were great exhibits on what Celilo Falls looked like and the way salmon were fished for by the Indians. The Americans decimated the salmon population by production fishing with water wheels and gill nets. The final destruction were the dams such at the Dalles which destroyed the fishing near Celilo falls. In addition we learned that when Lewis and Clark came to the area they could see millions ...