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WASHINGTON STATE STUFF
Some Recent Trips during the summer of 2019
Travel & Advice
A short 30 minute train ride out of Tokyo to an old castle.
2 lookouts with big views on the Yakama Indian Nation. Required a special tour and we were able to open Status lookout for the season.
This lookout is one of the oldest in Washington, restored and a nice hike to reach.
Not easy to reach, Mebee Pass is probably still around because it was forgotten deep in the North Cascades.
Located on the Colville Tribe lands, this lookout requires a bit of tricky road work and route finding.
This crows nest is still standing, one of the most impressive crows nests ever.
Standing Colville Tribe Lookouts
Other Former Lookouts
In August, Rachelle and I climbed Mt. Fuji during the night. We arrived at the top during sunrise with around 1000 others.
Located one foot from the International Border with Canada, this tower still stands, as does the former lookout on the Canadian side.
South Baldy is one of the best views north of Spokane. We camped at the summit, accessable by high-clearance vehicles. Below are a few others visited.
Also nearby was the old camp at:
And private lookout at:
Rachelle and I spent several days seeing all the sights we wanted to see in Tokyo.