* Lights up his second cigar, a Macanudo - Hampton Court
Now, I left off with Moby and I having settled in for the night at Sauk Campground. Libations were aplenty by the time I got there, most folks having already long since had dinner and were relaxing for the evening around one of the three big campfires that were to be had on this journey.
Unlike my last couple of entries on this tale, we're finally getting into the the actual "Fall Colors."
Intermixed with these explosions of color, are craggy peaks, historic towns and old steam locomotives!
In Chapter 3 of my NW Fall Colors Caravan Tale:
The Journey of the Redneck Express - Day 3, Meandering behind the Caravan and exploring the Washington Mountains