The Wild Horse Wind Farm is a 229-megawatt wind farm built by Puget Sound Energy that consists of one hundred twenty-seven 1.8-megawatt Vestas V80 turbines on a 8,600-acre (3,500 ha) site in Kittitas County, Washington, 15 miles (24 km) east of Ellensburg, Washington. The turbines are placed on the high open ridge tops of Whiskey Dick Mountain, which was chosen for its energetic wind resource, remote location, and access to nearby power transmission lines. The towers are 221 feet (67 m) tall, and the diameter of each rotor is 264 feet (80 m), larger than the wingspan of a Boeing 747. The turbines can begin producing electricity with wind speeds as low as 9 mph (14 km/h) and reach full production at 31 mph (50 km/h). They shut down at sustained wind speeds of 56 mph (90 km/h). Average annual output is about 642,000 MW·h.
We also traveled over to the Gorge Amphitheatre and had a finger food dinner at Cave B Inn At Sagecliffe. I took a few pictures of the stand-alone Cliffehouses, they go for quite a bit, we heard that it was $600 per night for a concert package with a 2 night minimum.