It may be raining but we don't let that stop us. Since Jim's goal in life is to fish everywhere Jeri and Terry took us on a tour of local fishing holes. (It's so great to have tour guides who know the local area so well.)
We found about a million places to fish and all that looking made us hungry. (What doesn't make us hungry!) So we stopped for lunch at the restaurant located in the park where Jeri and Terry have their cabin. It is a beautiful area but it was raining and hard to see a lot through the drops. It's right on the lake but their cabin is up on the mountainside. A wonderful hideaway.
Be sure to notice the fire burning behind them and notice that we picked the spot closest to that fire. It's almost June and we are sooo enjoying the fire.
On the way home we made a stop at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill which was built in 1876. This was 13 years before Washington was admitted to the Union as the 42nd state in 1889.
It is the only grain grinding mill in Washington that still grinds with stones and is waterpowered. On week-ends they offer tours of the mill and do some actual grinding but we missed out on that this time. There's always another time though.