Deception Falls, Bigfoot’s Home, End of Cascade Loop

Deception Falls, Bigfoot’s Home, End of Cascade Loop

good morning everybody
from the cascade loop I’m wearing my new cascade loop shirt
it’s a little loud out here we’ve got a massive waterfall yeah you can actually
get a little closer though walk down this trail here wait you didn’t know the cascade loop
has its own little mini Niagara Falls frickin gorgeous I had my breakfast with this view right
here really really loud but we turn around and look up the hill there’s my
RV with this view pretty stinking nights
as I hinted at in my last video this is the final day of the Cascade loop trip
I’m kind of sad it has just been absolutely epically beautiful and
amazing here in Washington this summer but all things must come to an end
there’s always an ending point we’ll make the most of it I’ll show you on the
map where we’re at right now I’ve got to go back over the Cascade Mountains again
to get back to civilization so maybe there’ll be more stuff like this it’s
also interesting I haven’t really been keeping tally or noting all of the rest
areas like this on this loop I would say is either my fifth or sixth a rest area
for cars and RVs with a free dump station I’m waiting in line so a dump
station and then drinking water up far ahead and free coffee inside that’s just
kind of one of the nice things about most Washington state highway and
interstate rest areas that I really like and maybe you don’t even have to ever
pay for a resort on the entire loop if you can calculate getting your fresh
water dumped in your tanks and and you can stock up on groceries I’ll wait my
turn here get everything taken care of and then I’ll be good to go we are getting some rain showers off and
on here not a downpour it looks like it did rain pretty hard through here though
hey better than snow right I am taking it
extremely careful and easy up these mountains Cascades because it’s also
really windy today we got a red flag warning type thing where it’s 45 mile an
hour gusts potentially so let everybody take off and do 80 I am going to just
take it easy up the mountains at least once we get to the other side of the
Cascades then I’ll be feeling better but right now it’s all about being careful
okay all right you know it’s funny I’ve actually been
up here and when it’s fully snow this is a really popular recreation center this
is Stevens Pass up here great snow skiing place looks all safe here I’m
going to downshift and we’re going to go down the grade the rain stopped I think it’s gonna dry
out eventually remember when we were at Deception Pass between Whidbey Island
and Fidalgo Island to start this trip now we have something called deception
Falls trailhead which is something totally different so we’re gonna go on a
little hiking trail underneath the cedar trees here and probably find some water
whoa I’ll seize water see how moist
everything still is come Aussie and green this trail is I
feel like I’m in a different country here man that’s cool this may be the
highlight of my last video on the Cascade loop let’s check out the main
Falls up here section Falls nothing is weaker than
water but when it attacks something hard or resistant and nothing withstands it right here this park the RV right there
I have been trying for years to tell my viewers why I keep coming back to
Washington State although I took two years off this time I may take three
years off next time on the road chefs see oh we’re getting some sunshine
that’s good let’s go get down this mountain the rest of the way all right
guess what we’re at now index Washington we are officially in Bigfoot country no
I mean like legitimately Bigfoot country it’s a coffee stand to have a trailer
it’s really cool they put souvenirs and stuff anybody remember the classic
Bigfoot movie Harry and the Hendersons see his face do you remember this happy
Bigfoot this happy Sam squinch Harry and the Hendersons was filmed here in the
Northwest here in index Washington in these woods they even used to have a
Harry in the Hendersons Museum but it has closed that would have been fun to
see and another smiling Bigfoot welcome to Cascade Mountains Bigfoot
country the 1986 movie uh-huh I’m just gonna have to watch it tonight with Jax
because I do have it we got Bigfoot crossing in the next four miles I’m
gonna check out their magnetic collection over here
well here’s their map you know they really do have some cool
ones and really big magnets – if I already have quite a few that are like
this they could have four big foot magnets this one is an acrylic the
three-dimensional one that shows the shop and Harry there I think that’s the
one I got again I like my color magnet that’s cool man I got me a double mocha
here just to kind of help support since they did have to close down the museum
maybe we can put more money back into this and it’ll get big again I don’t
know wishful thinking that’s a cool a sunscreen I like that get the mossy roof
up here you can get your hair in the Hendersons ten sign and of course a
Harry and the Hendersons t-shirt all right Harry you’d be good and get back
on the road cascade loop here we come finish it up we’re here in the Mount Baker Snoqualmie
national forest campground are these four tents I keep seeing these is like
sand pits perhaps that’s like where you put your tent I guess but no nice big
sites back here it has a very large tree that’s fell down a long time ago I guess
I have to stand next to us you can see how big this tree is cascade loop has
been really nice to me and we’re camping on the Beckley River we have access over
here yeah our own little walking trail behind
the campsite my god hello Beck near River it warms up today I may put myself
in yet today right penny right this is right though this is how I want to
remember the cascade loop what a good little campground eighteen bucks a night
no bad not terrible no hookups and no solar cuz I’m in the trees I’m gonna
have to run my generator for about three hours today
no biggie does my little tiny kitty need to come outside and stretch his Kitty
paws there he is you once put your cat paws go sniff around alright man hims a
good boy you’re not gonna do it are you he’s gonna do it and he did it you did
it we all knew you were gonna do it hims a happy kitty that were parks now
no more hills and curves and elevation you know make the kitty Tony upset who
came in okay we’ll be done I really want to thank each and every one of you for
following me on this cascade loop this has been one of the best summers that I
can remember and pretty much 99% all new so this was really exciting now you know
about the Cascade loop it’s 440 mile to national parks you got to go on an
island to do it and you can start anywhere you want I just chose Everett
and I’m about 20 miles back to where I started there in in Everett right now or
I’m parked right now so this is a we’re gonna we’re gonna call it quits tear gas
Jax and I are gonna enjoy our night make some pizza have a few barley pops some
kiddy barley pops some catnip maybe catnip for sure to celebrate the loop
yeah and then we’ll be back here soon with some more news about what’s what’s
to come I’ve got a few more things I got to take care of here in Washington State
before we head out officially you guys take care checks now see you later

100 thoughts on “Deception Falls, Bigfoot’s Home, End of Cascade Loop”

  • Glenn Forrester says:

    OMG you could have so many great adventures in Canada, and being in Washington your so close. Any plans to come here, Canada is absolutely gorgeous in any season.

  • Join Jenny On Her WLS Journey says:

    Nice to see Jax’s man!! Thanks for taking us along. I can’t wait to see where the new adventure leads us! I think you’d like the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, we have a lot of water falls too (if your interested that is). Safe travels!

  • Attention 2 Detail Automotive Towing And Detailing says:

    Eric you should get a new 100amp converter/charger for your RV so you can charge your batteries faster. You can adjust the voltage up to make them charge faster. They are 3 or 4 stage charges. I just did it on my RV because my factory was broke but now i wont have to run generator for 3 or more hours.

  • Cherie Stelzer says:

    this was a wonderful trip. awesome videos . Beautiful areas. Sorry about your drone though.. I had never even heard of the Cascade loop before. Definitely on my to-do list now…

  • I may have to go on a waterfall trip. That part of the country is so nice. Thank you and jacks. Be Happy an safe😎🏍🇺🇸

  • Love your videos Eric. They always make me sad when you finish them though. Good works and great photography. Stay safe out there. ❤️❤️

  • One of these days, one of those speeders is going to run over Bigfoot!!!
    Question? Did u pass Lake Chelan on The Loop?
    Thanks for the tour, Eric and Jax

  • Do you like the class a better than the class c other than it’s newer or are you indifferent I have a class c Minnie Winnie 26 footer but I may upgrade one day but I like being small and nimble I carry my scooter on the back like you used to. Do you miss the scoot?

  • this was probably one of my most favourite adventures you've done since I started following you!! thanks for sharing! <3

  • Jax and Eric Thanks for taking US along for the ride. I love doing the loop and have 3 times. Hunting trips and road tripping in the Porsche. Keep up the great videos and be safe! Around Seattle out

  • #548 Good morning, Eric. Thanks for showing the Cascade Loop! I think Big Foot may have existed when T-Rex was roaming these parts, just sayin.

  • Stevens pass is the most beautiful in Washington state. But dang Eric you keep showing the beauty of our state and everyone will want to live here. Give that plump alicous Jax a squeeze for me. The finest cat on YouTube. Oh and your not bad yourself Eric. Oh and because of you my husband and I bought e bikes. Coming in September can't wait.

  • Is there an eastern Washington loop or Oregon? Have a good 'feel' for that peninsula area now
    Man, that's gorgeous territory.
    It's drier eastward though?
    M i s s N Pacific NW good stuff
    Safe Journeys

  • Our Bendy Road says:

    My wife and I really enjoy your adventures with Jax. You have been an inspiration to us. We are in the planning stages of going full-time within a year. Maybe we'll run into you out on the road and buy you a barley pop and some 'nip for the Jax man.

  • Thank you so much for sharing your trip with us!!! What a beautiful place Washington is!!! I especially enjoyed the trip recap footage too!!!

  • kcblues2 sherwood says:

    This was beautiful trip! doesn't it make U nervous to just let Jax off leash?! I would be freaking out! Again loved following this trip!

  • stratos175 Escape says:

    Really enjoyed riding the loop with you, definitely something I will put on my list of things to do when we hit the road in a 2-3 years. Enjoy the road and stay safe.

  • Hi Eric – Been watching from almost when you started. The content I find is always interesting and entertaining. I recently went back and looked at the first few video's again, amazing difference as you grow as we all do…

  • love seeing the loop. I'm moving to back to Washington in 30 days. I have 3 elderly cats that are going with me. I need a cat harness but I don't know which is good. Can you let me know which kind to buy.

  • Thank you for the amazing trip! We never go over 60 mph in our class need. We enjoy the slow time table, we see so much more than people doing 70-80 mph.

  • Great series Eric! Thanks for taking us along. How is your solar doing in the PNW? Also…maybe we missed it, but are you going to put SD plates on the RV? Can't wait to see your next series!

  • Love Our Planet Adventures says:

    Great road trip info! That loop sure is beautiful. Just got back from hwy 101 by the Olympics. Found a nice place right on the Pacific. Stayed right on the beach. Camp host was a irritating lady but the campers were nice people. No reserve, first come, first serve. First night we came in late was booked up, found a free spot. Next morning grab a unubstructed view of the Pacific. What a sight & sound. Had up to 8 amps of solar( 3-4 average) no trees. Mostly cloudy, not bad. Dont have a generator, dont like the noise. A second lithium battery is on it's way for storage! Might check out that index are Deception falls. $18 bucks no hookup, better that Anacortes $21. Happy trails!

  • The most beautiful videos of the Cascade Loop ever. Thank you taking us along with you. We certainly have enjoyed it so much.

  • Deborah Beynon says:

    Love the shirt. Georgeous waterfall. I would hate to freaking leave, Eric. Love the loop. So sorry you are finished with Washington. I am in love with Washington.

  • Friend, I like to watch your videos and places you have to show since I can not do the same, but it is not time for you to return to the old style of RV. Just as your TIOGA was a more appropriate style for you, it is easier to find places to park even in the city because since you have changed the size of your "Vehicle" let you test and visit in cities. let's go Man Sell that bus .LOLOLOLOL

  • catching up and watching your Vids while im recooperating at Rehab after having leg surgery dont know how long ill be here

  • Have you come across any Walmart’s blasting horrible music in their parking lots? Commerce city Colorado started ..

  • Eric thanks for your excellent videos on Washington, my wife and I are escaping CA for good and are beginning our retirement slowing moving thru Oregon and then Washington. Your videos have made our planning easier, thanks.

  • Yes, they are tent pads. It so tent stakes don’t damage the grounds. As well as (hopefully) lift up the tent floor up off the ground from flooding.
    Thank you for your videos and Cascade journey! Can’t wait till it’s my turn ❤️

  • It's been a beautiful ride 👍
    Thanks for sharing the scenery of Washington State with us

  • Thanks so very much for the Cascade Loop. I had no idea starting with Whidbey Island that it would take us this far. Like everyone else has said superb content is what your videos are all about. We who love YouTubers love you and Jax the best. I'm going to have to mark this one special special so I can come back to it and see it again and again. Thanks once again for starting out with Whidbey Island and showing so many so many beautiful beautiful beautiful mountains and rivers and water and falls and just everything that you've shown us. I'm anxious to see where you take us next. Thank you safe travels and God bless.

  • This has been a great trip. Probably my favorite one that you have taken us on.
    Looking forward to the day I can see it in person.

  • Andrew Glasrud says:

    Cascade Loop! You did it well! It's not something i knew of before, but now it's on my list for sure (thanks a lot for making it even longer, eric!). Cheers brother, can't wait to see what you've got planned for your next adventure!

  • Where The Tail Leads - WTTL RV says:

    Nice! Where has this year gone? Hopefully our ranch will sell before year end. Beautiful landscape as you drove! Even with the rains. You find some of the nicest places with views. Oh Mother nature! Don't mess with her. 🙂 She will always win! Aww Jax. Got to Love him!

  • Travels with Yoly says:

    Did the Cascade Loop several years ago and found it surprisingly beautiful and accessible. You with the cat mask + Jax = viral video. 🙂

  • Gregory Narciso says:

    hey Eric, I know I'm a week late but awesome trip and video, I'm going back to re watch all that i missed. Thank you for sharing.

  • Hey!!!! If you're heading east come to Marion NC for the 2nd annual Bigfoot Festival on September 14th. It was a blast last year. I'm sure there's plenty of places to camp or boondock.😊

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