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We got off to a late start on our honeymoon road trip on Tuesday the 24th. Once on the road we made good time, getting into Oregon, just across the Columbia for our first camp. As has been the trend this spring, it was colder than expected.

Methow Valley

One of the Methow crossings

 

The mouth of the Okanogan River

 

Chief Joseph Dam spilling water on the Columbia.

 

Driving through Douglas County’s dryland wheat fields.

 

A rest stop at Dry Falls for an update on local geology.

 

On the road again driving through the Grand Coulee.

 

Uh oh, stop lights.

 

Driving through irrigated agriculture fields

 

You have to drive through some not so pretty industrial areas to get to the good stuff.

 

Crossing the Columbia River for the third time.

 

Sunset and a family of Canada Geese on the Columbia.

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