The blowing snow continued to get worse soon after i got back on the freeway.
Finally, around Cle Elem, it stopped, and i saw the most wonderful thing i couldn't get a picture of at 70 mph: there is a beautiful old steel bridge on I-90 that crosses a river near Roslyn (the little town of Northern Exposure fame.) There i saw a pack of Roosevelt Elk (but they could have been moose too, they were that big) that was crossing the river near the bridge.
This is a shot of the mountains near Ellensburg, WA
Soon, the scenery changes over to desert near Vantage, WA
Below is near where I-90 crosses over the Columbia River.
Winds started gusting around 20 or 30 miles per hour after this point, so i didn't take many more pictures from the freeway as it was just a challenge to keep the car on the road. :o(