We were in Washington where all of the women are strong, all of the men good- looking and all of the children above average. That's where we were. We even heard the band and did a sing-a-long to "You are My Sunshine." Garrison must have left right before we arrived. The cider was divine. All of the kids there were having fun churning the apples and using the apple press. We even saw them grinding the flour. Of course we left with cookbooks, flour and lots of cider. After, we headed over to Battle Ground to check out the salmon jumping upstream to spawn. Every once in a while we saw a fish just heading into a big rock. We wondered if any of them ever made it upstream. Mary checked out the various ferns and foliage, before we headed over to Moulton Falls for a walk. We made it home just in time for the trick or treaters. Dick Baker said next year the Moulton/Lucia Falls will be a YRE. It really doesn't get any better than that.