Eventbrite Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ice-age-floods-ev-tour-pledge-for-power-tickets-23462727650

Plug-In North Central Washington welcomes EV drivers to tour the fantastic geologic imprints left by the Ice Age Floods.  Imagine a raging flood so powerful that towering waves studded with glacial icebergs toss giant boulders downstream like pebbles, and the landscape is irreversibly altered as eroded soil is carried more than 500 miles to the ocean.

It might sound like a scene from a Hollywood movie – but it’s real. And it happened in the Wenatchee Valley between 13,000 and 18,000 years ago, as water from glacial Lake Missoula raged across the landscape at 65 miles-per-hour when the ice dam blocking its path gave way to pressure, releasing the violent deluge.

http://www.iceagefloodsinstitute.org/floods.htmlfor more of what this tour will explore.

 Plug-In North Central Washington is hosting this tour as a fund raising EVent.  Our goal is to underwrite the cost of electrical power dispensed from the Chelan PUD operated haL2 chargers that they are planning to install around Chelan County.  We have pledged to underwrite up to $5,000 for this.  Tax qualified receipts will be issued for donations.  Ken Lacey will be our tour guide he is very knowledgeable of the geologic events and local agriculture.  He is also full of interesting stories about the people and history of the area.  We will conclude the tour with dinner, wine tasting and dancing at White Heron Cellars.

The Marriott Springhill Suites has blocked twenty rooms for tour attendees; reservations must be made directly with the hotel.  Miguel.Cuevas@marriott.com  is ready to talk with you about lodging via e-mail or, call and ask for Miguel (509) 667-2775.  We have 20 rooms blocked for this EVent.

Driver and EV registration includes some L3 charging for your EV in Wenatchee and L2 near Cresent Bar.  Wine tasting fees at White Heron Cellars and entry to the Mushroom Festival are also included..  Full details of tour will be sent when registration is received.  If you have questions please contact us.

Hope to see you here!