Eastern WA State is a vast very varied ( if there is such a term) geographic wonder. Today we were in a canyon in a dry lake area which was formed when the big Montana flood blew threw here 10,000 years ago.
All of this wonder is less than 50 miles from my front door in downtown Spokane (empty nesters sold the big house with the big yard) - no grass to cut etc.
I'm posting pictures of just a few things we saw today - the box car was one of three that look like they've been there for 50 or more years - - We found a vacated railroad line which had a gate closing it off to motorize vehicles but someone had opened for us and allowed us through. It went for miles - no traffic, nothing but scenery =- the beat up bridge was pretty hairy - it spanned a river that must have been 300 feet below us. We had to go through tunnels to get to it -on the other side was a massive slide that forced us to turn back -
A great spring day in EA WA.