On the Dry Side
Washington State has a split personality. It has a wet side and a dry side.
Its two mountain ranges, the Olympics and the Cascades, stop the massive storms that roll in from the Pacific causing them to drop most of their rains on the western slopes, leaving the eastern part of the state a bit of a desert.
This journey will take us through the desert in the manner that a flat rock skips across a pond. We will begin in the eastern cascade pines, skip through the Grand Coulees and land in the rolling hills of the Palouse country.
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