Is this WhataBurger sign in
Pasco, Washington for me?
Continuing west on US 2 across northern Idaho to Spokane, I turned south toward the Columbia River, spending the night in Pasco, Washington. At about 4 a.m., I heard a crash.
Sometimes I dream that I hear things, like the phone ringing or somebody knocking on the door, so I tossed and turned a while before I forced myself to look out the window.
Sure enough, the winds that sweep the high plains of southeastern Washington State had blown over my scooter. I pulled on some clothes. At that time of the morning, there are not many people around to help you pick up your ride. To my surprise, I sat her right up. I figured the front brake lever would be a goner for sure, but incredibly it was bent back toward its original position about half way. Everything else looked okay, but more on that later.
|Mini-Stonehenge Memorial, Washington|
Built by Sam Hill and perched on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River with Mount Hood in the distance, it honors the sailors and soldiers from the local county of Klickitat, Washington who made the ultimate sacrifice in World War I. From here, I needed no map. The mighty Columbia would lead me the rest of the way, as it did for Lewis and Clark, to the Pacific....
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