From Portland, we traveled on east to Kennewick, Washington, then Clarkston at Hells Canyon Snake River. On our way we drove through beautiful country.
A painted barn
A fence decorated with wheels
A blooming field of canola
And lots of grain elevators--at least that is what they are called in our part of the country.
And finally, the Snake River, which provides the border between Washington and Idaho, at least in this area.
We enjoyed this view out the front door side of our trailer. In the river you can see a barge being pushed on the river. The Snake begins in Wyoming and flows eventually into the Columbia River.
This dugout canoe was along the river's edge.
We could watch this riverboat. If you look closely, you can see small boats between the shore and the large white boat. We watched them speed by us then discovered they were getting ready to take riverboat passengers on a tour of Hells Canyon--a stretch of white water near Clarkston.
One day we drove into town and walked along a riverside trail. We saw the riverboat coming in.
The hills across the river were brown.
This is a view of our trail. It was very well maintained.
Here is a flock of Canada geese along the trail.