My third day out took me from Pendleton, OR to Seattle, WA. I started out on HWY 395 to Sprague, WA, then continued on WA-23 to Harrington. Then I took WA-28 to Davenport where it intercepts Hwy 2. Then I continued through the Wenatchee National Forest into the north side of Seattle.
The best part of this leg was WA-23 and WA-28. It was recently resurfaced, two-lane road with lots of turns and sparse population. On the Monday afternoon I was there, I think I passed two or three cars in 35 miles. But most of HWY 395 north of Pendleton and most of HWY 2 in eastern WA is straight and hot high desert.
Here are few shots of where I stayed the night in Pendleton: