Thursday, June 30, 2011

Bend to Ellensburg

Today was a long drive. The wind was just howling all day, and at no time was it a tail wind. We went up 97 to the Ellensburg KOA. This is Grass City, Oregon. It's way out there in the middle of nowhere.

This would also be out in the middle of nowhere. But it's kind of pretty, in a remote sort of way.

Here we are on the way down to the Columbia River. It's a very steep 4 miles or so, I don't like that stretch of road.

The bridge over the Columbia River.

Once on the other side of the river, in Washington, they were paving with chip and seal. It was fresh gravel, much of it hit the front of the RV. The gravel is through the gel coat into the fiber glass, so now we have little brown dots on the front of the RV. It's very aggravating.
Tomorrow we are on to Issaquah and our summer abode.

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