Monday, August 16, 2010

South Eastern Washington.

After spending a night at a rest area we drove through south eastern Washington, still following Lewis and Clark's trail.
This part of Washington is very dry. Wheat is the dominating crop, but where there is irrigation there are green patches of alfalfa, grass, apple orchards and vineyards.
We passed through historical Pomeroy and Dayton, and took 124 west to Kennewick.
This is our "5500 Naches Shower". By the Naches River we got to 5500 on our odometer, and there was a need for us to take a shower. So the river came in handy, with an exception of it being extremely cold!


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