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Washington (and Montana), on the other hand, do a decent job of chipseal, using small, often rounded, gravel. The ride isn't quite as smooth as well paved fresh asphalt, but it's usually quite tolerable. Much better than asphalt over old concrete, for example.
Cold at night possibly. Snow at mid-September unlikely, and if you do get any it would be extremely unlikely to stick around. It could also be hot that time of year.
Be prepared for cold weather and possibly some snow traveling over the cascades in Mid-september.
The fact is there are good people and bad people everywhere. In my experience, the good people greatly outnumber the bad, wherever you're at, although on any long trip you will probably be exposed to some of each. I just think you have to take
The fact is you are whole alot more likely to be hit by car or struck by lighting than mauled by a bear.