|Photo taken from the exit, just a tad snug.|
|They have to reposition multiple rigs everyday.|
Bill does the paperwork for the hitch install, and even I'm surprised I can maneuver the rig out of this lot with only one short back-up required. Whew! Glad to be out of there.
|It's been too long!|
Infinity gives us a scare when they call Wednesday afternoon to see if we can pick up Dakota and do the rig install on Monday. Uh no, we have no transportation and nowhere to park the rig for the weekend. It's a big relief when Bill calls them Thursday afternoon and they confirm they'll be ready for us Friday as planned. Disaster averted.
|Puyallup's historic downtown is clean and cute and doing a bustling business.|
|Decent front yard view for a full campground.|
|We're not in Montana yet, but the skies are bigger up here too!|
|Breath-taking Diablo Lake|
|Newhalem is just living quarters for the workers at the hydroelectric plant and no services but a national park store, but it does have this cool vintage locomotive.|
|Most falls are dry, but a few drop along side the highway.|
|Enjoying the cool spray of a drive-through waterfall.|
|Colonial Peak to the right|
|Primordial feeling forest at Rockport SP|
|Concrete got its name from the downtown businesses all built of concrete to avoid destruction from fire.|
We're bummed to turn around and return to Interstate 5 yet again, but will be pleasantly surprised by a beautiful Tuesday drive.