Washington was our 15th state we visited and definitely the most diverse so far. In the same state, we walked through a temperate rainforest, camped on the coast, drove through hundreds of acres of wheat fields, got caught in a snow storm at the top of a mountain, and road up to the top of Seattle’s Space Needle. At times it seemed like we were driving through different worlds, when in reality we hadn’t even left the state.
Another reason why Washington was such an exciting state for us to visit was because my mom flew out from the East Coast to join us in the RV for a week! She was our first RV visitor on our trip and the perfect guest. She slept on our futon, was super grateful for the two little drawers we gave her for clothes, hiked through the woods in total darkness, and trekked through the rainforest in the rain (at least it was a realistic experience, I guess. :) Ww ran out of water so she had to go doue days without a shower (something we normally try to avoid), but she never complained once! We drove over a thousand miles with her and loved every minute of it! [Read more…]