palouse (in ID and WA). It was green and brown rolling hills as far as you could see. Jack called them volcanoes…and we corrected him "No, those are hills." Come to find out - they are actually made up of volcanic ash - so Jack is much more intuitive than we give him credit for. This region of Idaho & Washington is known for it's wheat & lentil production. For the record: I did not see a potato field.
Washington State University (in Pullman, WA) is about 10 minutes from Moscow. We drove over on Friday with part of the Swihart Crew for a visit with some grizzly bears! The bears really put on a show for us! Jack, Elliot, and Eliza had a lot of fun!
Josie didn't care about the bears…but she had fun meeting her family!