Elliott House

Address: Prineville, Oregon, 97754, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Prineville

Barney's Cat

A travel blog entry by evotech on Jul 22, 2014

13 comments, 1 photo

... 8220; Could you please repeat it”? I pleaded. Instead he hitched his hand to my collar and dragged me further toward the back of my RV. It was here that the pieces of the puzzle aligned themselves.

It was a morbid scene that I hesitate to describe in detail. It suffices to say that the flash was named Cattie Christine. I learned this later from Barney. Cattie Christine had never appeared in my mirror following the thump because she did not remain ...

Hardcore Camping

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Aug 03, 2013

11 photos

... in no rush, and to be fair neither were we.

We spent the time afforded to us at lunch to plan where we would be pitching our tent tonight. We decided on the "Ochoco Reservoir State Park" a further 50 miles east. This would turn out to be both our cheapest night of the trip so far and our hardest (It's true you do get what you pay for people). Although it's hard to complain at $16 for a campsite, it did in real terms ...

F&*% the Po Po

A travel blog entry by jsunmiller on Nov 11, 2012

5 photos

... in Ecuador over a year ago....I flew into Portland Sunday November 14th, on a cold, rainy, early morning (the stage was set, although I was unaware at the time, for the weather to stay this way for the entire month I was there).....Of course, and not at the immediate admission of Shane, he was late to the airport to pick me up, reaking of the previous nights debotchery, and nearly bleeding from the eye's....Ohhhhh ...

Washington, Oregon.

A travel blog entry by lizmac on Jun 21, 2012

... came across Boggan's Oasis. ( I kid you not..). Climbed back up the grades again to the top, about 5 mikes from Boggans we crossed into Oregan; then basiclly above Hells Canyon, although a long way from it, through Enterprise & Joesph, out to Imnaha. It was from the Imnaha Valley, that Chief Joesph of the Nez Perce, gathered up his people & tried to flee to Canada to join up with Sitting Bull. He was stopped 30 miles from the border, in ...


A travel blog entry by clayora2011 on Mar 20, 2011

47 photos

... trees, little waterfalls coming out nowhere. The falls are so huge and really make you appreciate Jehovah Gods creation, just magnificent!! We took heaps of photos and videos. It was not windy at the falls so we could stay outside and enjoy looking at them. There was a trail from the bottom of the falls that took you to a bridge in the middle of the falls. We then drove to a fish hatchery and saw the Sturgeon fish ...