Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast

Address: 309 South Main Street, Joseph, Oregon, 97846, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 309 South Main Street, Joseph, is near Wallowa Lake Tramway.
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    Travel Blogs from Joseph

    Why So Grave?

    A travel blog entry by madie23456 on Nov 06, 2014

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    ... li>It may sound odd to go out of your way to go to a graveyard, but we found value in what we knew we would be learning.

  • It was worth the trip.
  • We stayed there for only an hour and filled up the gas tank before leaving Joseph, Oregon.
  • Our last trip was 214 miles, so gas was $39.88.
  • We will be stopping for more activities in Oregon on the way back home after we visit Washington state. ...

  • Ready to Settle

    A travel blog entry by madie23456 on Nov 05, 2014

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    • Pulled into Mountain View Motel and RV Park at 11:30 PM.
    • Both of us were exhausted from a long day of driving, but we felt accomplished nonetheless because we were back on track for our original plan.
    • The RV park charges only $30 a night during the winter.
    • It had a very woodsy vibe to it.
    • Didn't waste any time going to bed.
    • We decided to get gas in the morning when we were refreshed from a good night's ...

    Joseph, Oregon - Mountainview Campground

    A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... that little jog cost him an extra $10 to $15 in fuel! His pocketbook also took another hit a bit a little later when he ran over a sprinkler at the campground and the resident manager charged him $10. Campground provided free firewood, although we had to cut it ourselves. Great bar-b-qued steaks, a campfire and a full moon - a good day. Next morning again up at the crack of 9:30 and by the time morning ablutions ...

    Day 10: Hells Canyon

    A travel blog entry by kbwhitman on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... having enough gas to make it back down the mountain, turn back now to get gas and come back again (this option would take me well into the evening, which I didn't want), or to bite the bullet and call it quits. As a measure of safety, I went with option 3. Turning around and heading back down, I was pretty disappointed with myself for a short while. This was to be my last major landmark before entering Oregon! But I was able to get myself over it by ...

    Hells Canyon is beautiful- so we were told

    A travel blog entry by debrife on Jun 26, 2010

    ... told me to take. We are sad that we missed it, but all agreed that the Scenic Hwy #82 was spectacular and worth the drive we took. Besides, we know that we have many things ahead of us to see!

    Tomorrow, we will finally start slowing down and start taking in the sights--Mt. Hood and Portland. Then, off to Astoria (The Goonies was filmed here) where we begin a drive down the West Coast of Oregon and get to see the Pacific Ocean!