We were camping with friends on the Klickitat River, a long-planned getaway in a gorgeous and uncrowded area. Our friends saddled up for a day of mountain biking, and Mr. Adventure and I headed out to explore. We ended up at Brooks Memorial State Park, about ten miles north of Goldendale and three miles south of Satus Pass on Interstate 97. Intrigued by the unusual name, we pulled in to find out more.
The year is half over. What?! Time for an update on my “19 for 2019” goals.
On the banks of the Columbia River, Maryhill State Park is a sun-soaked jump-off point for area attractions.
“Cut-rate facial dermabrasion.” That about sums up my experience at White Sands National Monument.
Joseph Whidbey circumnavigated the island named for him in 1792. He’s got a cool state park, too.