We left Max and Jane’s house and before heading west on I-90, we topped of the fuel tank at the Shell station in town. Once on the freeway, we once again traveled through smoke for the fires to the north.
There were several photo opportunities for old barns along our route.
Once again the new thermostat was doing it’s job and we had no overheating problems as we approached the summit of Snoqualamie Pass.
We traveled through the small town of Snoqualamie as we continued to Monroe.
This old train has been sitting here along the road forever.
This bridge crosses the road at Snoqualamie Falls.
We continued to the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe for our 3 day visit to Monroe and Snohomish while visiting family.