We managed to avoid a storm Sunday late afternoon, as we headed east, through the Cascade Mountains, on the North Cascade Highway. This roadway had been closed until Thursday, due to mudslides, but they had it clear and open by Sunday when we were traveling.
We had visitors most mornings, including this mama and her twin fawns. [just after I took this photo the second little one ran around the corner and they headed off.]
After two days, we headed south. We had a brief stop at a state park, Alta Lake, for our picnic lunch and then continued south toward Wenatchee. That area is the tree-fruit growing capital of Washington state. Pears and apple by the tons, literally. [more on next blog entry - I have too many photos]