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Ah, the Palouse, some of our favourite riding in WA:
"Did 800 mi of riding with a couple of friends over the past weekend, mostly exploring Southeastern WA and the Palouse Region. No DH in that corner of the state was left unridden! I've lived in WA since 1979, but I've never been to that part of the state. I wouldn't have known where to ride without DHWA." --Doug V
Check out the Palouse on the WA Companion Map (scroll down to eastern side of map, its in the lower right corner: http://www.destinationhighways%u200B.com/WA_MAPFULL.htm
At a Glance
"Asotin to Enterprise. Come in Enterprise..."
Oregon. The final frontier. This is the voyage of the star DH to Enterprise. Its fifty minute mission: To explore new worlds. To seek out no life and no civilization. To boldly go where no Washington Destination Highway has gone before…
Captain's log. Stardate: Anytime. You've traveled to the southern reaches of the Palouse System to confirm reports of a 20 mi (32 km) wormhole of intense Twistiness and Scenery into and out of the spectacular Grande Ronde River canyon. It's said this stretch is so unbelievable it makes the long trek worthwhile. Even if the Pavement isn't quite next generation. Sensors show few life forms, even on the straight, high plateau stretches at either end. So you can ride long and prosper in deep space Remoteness. Assuming cloaked Romulan speed tax collectors don't attack your Vulcan boldly going at warp speed. All right, you have your orders. Shields down. Engage!
(71.2 ranks it in the 18th position among WA's DHs, hence DH18)