WATCH OUT for speed traps in Washington state, particularly on Highway 101 going north toward Olympic National Park! Here's the set up: A construction zone with work going on and orange cones on sides of road. Heading north in the construction zone, the work crews and their equipment and trucks were on left side of highway AND just behind the last piece of equipment was a highway patrolman facing south. That was the REAL end of the work area, but the cones continued for about 1/4 to 1/2 mile (after passing end of work zone). Of course, we had obeyed the speed zone until we got to the end of where any work was being done, but then we began to return to normal speed where orange cones were no longer needed. Patrolman turned around and came after us for speeding in the zone, and we were only about 15 miles over low speed where construction was. This was a local setup just for making money, as the cones were no longer needed on up the road. Ours was $231.00. BEWARE! Unpleasant part of an otherwise wonderful trip in Washington and Oregon. It can't be a secret to the State of Washington that this kind of trap exists, BUT it is a disgrace to a state that makes a lot of money from tourism.