This alien entry drew attention on- and off-land at the Milk Carton Derby on Green Lake in Seattle on July 1, 2006. The derby was part of the 2006 Seafair festival.
It's Seattle, so is it really a surprise to see a Starbucks submarine made of milk cartons? This was one of many entries in the Baffle Gab Milk Carton Derby at the Seafair festival on July 1, 2006.
There's no shortage of gorgeous views from Seattle, but this was the best view of the city, as seen from Kerry Park on July 2, 2006. The Space Needle is on the left and Mount Rainier is on the right.
"Winny" takes in the spectacular skyline from Seattle's Kerry Park, July 2, 2006.
The folks at the Pike Street Market Place were kind enough to let "Winny" spend the day parked outside this monumental indoor/outdoor market on July 2, 2006. Few things are more "Seattle" than Pike Street.
This monstrous but long-in-the-tooth turbine was retired from duty at the Bonneville Lock & Dam in the name of efficiency. In its heyday, this single turbine could power 25,000 homes a day. It is located in Cascade Locks, Ore.
The Bonneville Dam spillway behind Dave Price can max out its flow at 1.6 million cubic feet of water per second. The Columbia River provides the pressure.
Apparently this is Dave's favorite pose when he sees water. He's awed by Oregon's Multnomah Falls, July 5, 2006, in the Columbia River Gorge.
One of those tiny specs on the footbridge is Dave Price. Don't believe me? Watch the video! This stunning woodland wonder is the 620-foot-tall Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, July 5, 2006.
Driving The Early Show's "Great American Vacation" Winnebago gets you special parking privileges, like at the doorstep of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in Portland on July 6, 2006.
A young museumgoer in Portland, Ore., attempts to replicate the precise movements of these robotic arms at OMSI on July 6, 2006.
This glowing apparition is none other than The Early Show's Dave Price standing on the U.S.S. Blueback, a decommissioned attack sub that now resides at OMSI in Portland, Ore., on July 7, 2006.
A pre-dawn crowd gathers on the edge of the Williamette River in Portland, Ore., on July 7, 2006, to watch as Dave Price tours the U.S.S. Blueback.
A soapy mixture and helium made for lighter-than-air suds that shot skyward thanks to two OMSI scientists who showed up for work at 3 a.m. on Friday, July 7, 2006, to be part of the The Early Show's vacation giveaway entertainment.
Very scientific. Dave Price and young fan Michael Meo get involved with an OMSI experiment a few minutes before the giveaway, which was held at the museum on July 7, 2006.
Dave Price talks with some fortunate young men. "Great American Vacation" recipients Matthew McDonnell, left, Daniel Sackett, second from left, and two more childhood friends will be spending some much deserved vacation time in the Florida Keys. The four young men all enlisted together after high school and, thankfully, all returned home safely.
Checkout time at the Portland Holiday Inn, July 8, 2006.
The beach in Lincoln City, Ore., on July 9, 2006, was crowded ... and so was the air. These magnificent kites were easily 25 feet long.
Lincoln City, Ore., is also known as the Kite Capital of the World. This beach town boasts green mountains surging towards the sea along a broken coast of rocks and trees peppered with oceanfront caf
Kites aside, once again "Winny" was the star attraction at our stop in Lincoln, City, Ore.