Oh my... back to flat lands.
Okay, so it was kind of worth it.
Oh, ~gasp~ I guess ~wheeze~ I CAN climb up here ~sputter~ but really shouldn't have.
Water and mountains often meet in beautiful ways.
Another shot of the bridge.
I just love the weathering on that rock.
More breathtaking scenery
Some kind of Wild Horse Monument... hey, there's a lady up there... maybe I could climb it.
More looking up.
Looking up the sandy/rocky landscape.
Loking back down at the bridge we just finished crossing.
I hadn't thought I'd be seeing this type of landscape crossing so far to the North.
Random spot of beauty.
It's a clear day, but the mountains in the distance are still a bit hazy.
A rare scenic pullover in Washington state. The scenic isn't rare, the pullover isn't rare, but the two don't seem to like to coexist in this state.
It's like praerie country meets the mountains.
Found this spot while on the way to a non-existant Starbucks. TomTom did me wrong, but i made up for it by finding something pretty to photograph.
I just love the tan grasses with the green trees and purplish mountains.
Rocks and grass and mountains and sky, oh my.
High trees alongside the road often block astounding views.
Surprisingly pretty little patch of road
Looking toward Seattle from our hotel room.
I think these kids are ready to get off the ferry.
This ferry actually carried more cars than the one from Victoria to Washington.
More pretty sky on Puget Sound.
Pretty sky on Puget Sound.
On another ferry - this one across Puget Sound.