Yesterday’s wow moments still have everyone buzzing, but today’s route was another incredible journey through some giant hills, twists and turns. We started our day in Warm Springs, Oregon, and rallied our way through a beautiful road full of tough speed changes, elevation changes and tight turns. The scenery was outstanding, as the landscape allowed you to see the road in the valley below. The ups and downs led us back to Highway 26, where we would continue our Northern trek to Hood River, Oregon for lunch. The folks at Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum (WAAAM) opened the doors to our participants and staff. The giant building is packed with vintage cars, trucks, motorcycles and airplanes, and we enjoyed a little longer lunch break than normal, giving us enough time to check out the coolness. We left lunch and headed toward Mosier, where we hopped on Historic U.S. 30 for a breath taking and very photogenic route. The switchback curves and extreme elevation grade made it tough to hold speed, but it sure made for some cool photos. Then, we crossed the Columbia River into Washington, where we rallied on Highway 14, which follows the river for many miles of scenic views. After a good full day of rallying, it was time to wind down in Vancouver, Washington. The crowd was huge at the WAAAM West facility, which is a collection of cars by Ron Wade. He has a diverse collection of cars, engines and memorabilia. Along with the Great Racers pouring into the parking lot, other areas of the lot were occupied by local hot rods and classics. As the parc ferme was drawing to a close, we got word from the scoring staff that Howard and Doug Sharp won the day with a score of 3.30 seconds. Things are about to get interesting as the Sharps lead the pack into the Championship Run.