Weekend wrapped up and home by noon! Traffic was supposed to be crazy coming back to Western Washington, so, thanks to some geese announcing 6:40am, we packed up and headed home.
For me, Eastern Washington is so surreal. It looks unlike any place I've ever been. We stayed at Sun Lakes state park surrounded by all sorts of different types of campers. We heard folks speaking Serbian, French, Tagalong, and two different types of Spanish. We camped, we swam, we piciniced, we fished and enjoyed the sun as much as we could. Lego Brian and Monika even popped into the canyon under Dry Falls to stare up the cliffs! Watch out for rattlesnakes!
We got glimpses of the northern cascades and Mt. Baker and the "wrong side" of The Mountain (Mt. Rainier) on our way back.
The geological history of this region is really fascinating. Give a look to the "Dry Falls and Sun Lakes Wa" wikipedia for me details!
I’ve been reading, “Last Child in the Woods” by Richard Louv and man is it powerful what time out of doors in nature does body, mind and soul. “Saving our children from nature-deficit disorder.” .
This tree was the first thing to catch my eye and the eyes of my children when we walked in to our campsite at Patrick’s Point. So majestic and magical!
The world is amazing ! ❤️
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