We are still in Washington State and will be for at least a few more weeks. More on that later. We really enjoyed our stay at Lake Roosevelt-Kettle Falls. Another nice setting and only $5 a day. Who could ask for more. One day when we were there we took a drive over to Grand Coulee Dam, which takes about 2 hours to get there. The 130 mile long lake was created by the Dam on the Columbia River, which was built from 1933 to 1942, This was one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's projects that created many jobs during the Depression of that time. It was built to create hydro-electric power and irrigation and is the largest electric power producing facility in the US. It is also one of the largest concrete structures in the world and is quite impressive.
We didn't take the tour like we did at Glen Canyon when we were at Lake Powell a number of years ago as we had Savannah with us but did check out the Visitor Center.
As we continued on, we saw a few horses strolling down the roadway. Hope they found there way home.