Eastern Washington RV Adventure

PTX Studio in Eastern Washington

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

Fruit stand baskets |  PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

Dry Falls, WA  |  PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

Tourists at Dry Falls  |  PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

600-Lake-drive

Steamboat Rock  |  PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

Roadside fruit stands  |  PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

PTX Studio RV trip to Eastern WA

After living in Seattle for three years, I felt like I knew a little something about my adopted home state.  This trip through Eastern Washington showed me that I need to get quite a few more treks under my belt before I can truly say that I’ve conquered this region.

Joel’s parents graciously offered to take us on a little welcome-back-to-America trip in their RV.  Growing up in Washington, their family vacationed and camped throughout the state so they knew all the biggest, brightest, most badass places to stop on our excursion. We planned our overnight stops for Winthrop, Sun Lake and Leavenworth, but as the saying goes, it’s about the journey, not the destination.  Along the way we pulled over for a nature walk in Newhalem, an overlook at Diablo Lake, touring the Grand Coulee Dam, another overlook at the expansive (and dry!) Dry Falls and a staggeringly colossal antique store in Cashmere.

A surprising highlight of our outing was when the AC broke in the RV.  In 100 degree heat that wouldn’t sound like a highlight, however it forced us to freestyle a bit which is how we came across the quaint and tiny town of Waterville.  I took probably a zillion shots in this picturesque town, a selection of which I’ll be posting soon.

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