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Current Stats (Volume 4)

Our last stats update took us through Wyoming. This one now includes the trip through Leavenworth, WA. States: 16 (Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Washington), another 2 we were close enough to see but did not enter (Nebraska, Kansas)  Miles Traveled: 9,700…

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Peshastin Pinnacles Rock Climbing

Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is located near Leavenworth, WA. We spent one of our days in this area doing some rock climbing here. We had seen the sandstone slabs on our way in to Leavenworth and thought it would be worth checking out. There are numerous rock formations. We decided to do a route called…

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Little Bavaria – Leavenworth, WA

Leavenworth is a Bavarian themed town in the midst of mountainous scenery. If you forgot for a moment that you actually were in the U.S. you might believe this was Germany as the decorative roof-lines, flower boxes, Maibaum (blue and white maypole in the center of the town), and mountains do a decent job of…

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Dry Falls, Washington

When we finished at the Grand Coulee Dam, we decided to take a side trip over to Dry Falls, which was nearby. Even if Dry Falls itself hadn’t been worth it, the drive alone from the dam over to Coulee City was. The drive took us along the length of Banks Lake, past Steamboat Rock…

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Grand Coulee Dam, Washington

While in Spokane, K’s sister J and her husband J joined us on a day trip to Grand Coulee Dam. This dam is the largest creator of hydropower in the U.S. and is even wider than the Hoover Dam. Not only does the dam have the ability to create such a large amount of hydropower,…