Into the Wilderness

Saturday was a very busy day of travel. I flew to Seattle via Chicago, took the Seattle light rail north to Chinatown

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Then (after some szechuan chicken) took Amtrak almost 4 hours east to Wenatchee. This took us past Puget Sound:

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Then we eventually made our way into the mountains:

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Tomorrow I will go to Chelan and take a 3 hour boat ride up Lake Chelan to Lucerne, where a bus from Holden Village will meet several of us and take us the remaining 14 miles to Holden.

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In short, it’s very remote. Cell phones don’t work up there, and I won’t have Internet access either. So there will be no more posts about this trip until after I leave Holden on Friday. At that point I should have some great pictures to share, as the boat ride up Lake Chelan is reportedly very beautiful.

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Author: Dan Griswold

A good life is motivated by love. My loves: the Triune God, family, music, friends, parishioners, theology.

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