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Washington/Oregon....trip ideas

Planning a trip to PNW in September. We will be flying into Seattle. I think I have too much planned for 3 weeks....any ideas and suggestions would be appreciated...It's hard to choose there is so much to see.....here goes:
leave Seattle to Mt. Rainier
Mount St. Helens
over to Columbia River Gorge to Dalles
down to Bend
Crater Lake
over to the Oregon Coast from Coos Bay
head north along the coast to Astoria (stopping along the way)
back to Washington to ONP
Victoria, BC
arriving back in Seattle to see the city
I will put this on the Oregon Forum as well! Hubby and I are retired, we are interested in seeing the mountains and the forests, not into hiking, strolling would be better! Not into wine country either.....just enjoying the scenery! Anything we should not miss or cut out? Thanking you all in advance!

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