RATSO 2011

There’s a gap in the social calendar this year owing to there being no Snarl Partay in August, so I thought I’d get caught up on touring Washington. As they say, there’s no place like home.

Run Around the Scablands and the Okanogan!

The Washington Scablands are the result of cyclic flooding in Eastern Washington that occured when glacial Lake Missoula repeatedly broke through the ice dams that held it back during the last continental glaciation. Google it and fly over it with Google Earth.

Here’s the first cut of the route. Begins in Kennewick and ends in Tonasket. The gallery images are clickable and only represent a blowup of the full route. No stops have been figured out yet owing to there being so much to see along the way. I figured I’d take three days off work plus a weekend and just have a leisurely ride.


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