Interstate 90 (I-90) is the longest interstate highway in the United States at 3,020.54 miles (4,861.09 km). Its western terminus is in Seattle and its eastern terminus is in Boston. ~Wikipedia
Due to high rainfall, this year, we weren't able to welcome the new year on top of a mountain.
We went up to Tarzan Butte the day before. Then the next day, we visited Eastern Washington.
This weekend we went right back to dodge the rain by visiting Tarzan Butte. No sightings of Jane.
After yesterday's trip to Polallie Ridge, today we returned to the same area and explored some more.
A change in the weather typically marks the tail end of our big mountain adventures.
My initial plan was Frenchman Coulee. But then we shortened the drive by visiting Baldy instead.
After last weekend's successful outing, this week I went east and explored the Spokane area.
The Temple was a delightful scenery change from last week's climb on Johannesburg Mountain.
Paddy-Go-North and Sherpani Peak are next-door neighbors to the north of Paddy-Go-Easy Pass.
Goat Mountain in Salmon La Sac has been on the back burner for many years.
After waking up to the Easter morning sunshine, I found myself scrolling through my phone for a new hike.
The weather looked equally bad everywhere. So the pup and I made another attempt to dodge the rain out east.