Danika Steven of Seattle met Wilson when she was living in Wenatchee 10 years ago.
From Wenatchee to the foot of Priest Rapids, about sixty miles, there is no regular steamboat communication.
We left Spokane early this morning and are going through to Wenatchee for lunch.
The banks of the Columbia are followed to Wenatchee, the metropolis of north central Washington and the famous red apple district.
There was another division from North Dakota on the same train with us, going to Wenatchee to pick apples.
If things were so he could get away, he would join us at Wenatchee on our return from Chelan.
Then Chief Moses and his band were just a little beyond, on the Wenatchee.
The morning of their arrival at Wenatchee, Washington, the point chosen for their first stop, was bright and clear.
Wenatchee was in sight for several miles before we reached it, an impressive water-front of mills, warehouses and tall buildings.
Situated at the confluence of Columbia and Wenatchee rivers, with the foot hills of the Cascades a few miles away.