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Poking around Eastern Washington: Baseball technology, The Bull on the Bench and Dry Falls

 

August 29, 2018

Dry Falls, in central Washington state, is an Ice Age waterfall that is three plus miles wide and 400 feet high. Geologists believe when Glacial Lake Missoula's ice dam broke that the water cascading over these falls was 300 feet above the top or the waterfalls.

Reporter's note: I've been writing about places my wife and I found interesting in our travels. We've made numerous trips to the Seattle area to visit our daughter and her family. Usually those trips are a mad dash to get there (800 miles and 14 hours straight driving), then a made dash to get back to Chinook.

The last couple of trips we've spent some time exploring eastern Washington-that area of the Evergreen State that runs from east of the Cascade Range to the Idaho border. Unlike the west coast and the Seattle area, the eastern part of Washington is drier, both colder and hotter by se...



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