After leaving the KOA campground and topping off our gas tank, we jumped back on I-90 westbound and were immediately advised of
Along a nearby ridgeline were more wind turbines … with the Stuart Range, reputed to be the single greatest mass of exposed granite in the United States, in the distance
From roughly 25 miles away only the highest peaks are visible, including Mt. Stuart at 9,415 feet. are visible.
At the only rest stop along the way was a poignant painting.
Back on the road, we began our slow climb up to the Snoqualmie Pass (3,022').
\ Unlike many of the muddy rivers we've crossed during the past week or so, the rivers in Washington are clear and blue
However, the clear skies were soon replaced by a thick overcast
Once over the summit of the pass, the visibilty went further downhill for a couple of miles