At Oroville I took 97 south to Hwy 20 west. Hwy 20 did not disappoint. I was cruising along enjoying another beautiful day on a great road when I came up behind a slow car. I followed her for a mile or so waiting for a place to pass, when a Highway Patrol came up behind me. I decided it was getting too crowded for me, so at the top of the mountain I pulled off at Loup Loup summit for a break. The road went about a 1/4 mile to a gate. I walked around for a bit and found these. Unopened with rusty caps and faded labels. Someone put them in a snowbank last fall to chill, and forgot them? Continuing on I rode through this town. Try saying that like a straight man. Then through the town of Winthrop. It was packed with people and cars. It looked like an old western town. Very popular place for tourists on a Saturday. Too crowded, so I didn't stop for pictures. Farther down the road I saw this Warning: I would have turned off my A/C, but I don't have a radiator! Hwy 20 got more and more scenic as it went into North Cascades National Park. Still a few inches of snow on top. Awesome Road! I will definitely be back, I fell in Lust with Washington during day 5-6. First it started misting, then it started raining. I barely noticed I was so captivated by the scenery. The road went across this narrow metal bridge. I parked and walked back onto the bridge. Looking left: Looking down: Looking right: The road continued down. In some places the moss covered trees actually formed a canopy above the road. I tried to get a picture showing it, but this is as close as I could get. After two days camping and not charging my camera, it was dead this morning, so all todays pic's were taken with my iphone. By this time, I was soaking wet, so I got a room in Concrete, WA. to dry out and charge the camera. Dinner at Annie's Pizza next door was excellent, very nice people.