The Coulee Corridor is the name of the route that runs up the Grand Coulee all the way to Grand Coulee Dam. This photo was taken just north of Soap Lake, Washington.
North Central Washington has a wealth of interesting history and thanks to the efforts of local historical societies there are also a large number of roadside historical attractions too. The historical marker above tells the history of the Soap Lake area which can be a fun destination for those driving to or through the North Central Washington area.
Soap Lake was once a hugely popular vacation destination, and though it is not nearly as popular anymore, it is still a very fun place to go. There are several ways to get out and enjoy the unique water there and a number of interesting locations are located within a short drive including Grand Coulee Dam, Dry Falls, Lake Lenore Caves, Sun Lakes State Park, Banks Lake, and more.
The supposedly healing waters of Soap Lake.
The waters of Soap Lake are famous for being an early source for medicinal help to many that would trek that way in the early 1900s.