Hillside Bed and Breakfast

Address: 53875 Hwy 86, Halfway, Oregon, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 53875 Hwy 86, Halfway, is near National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
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Travel Blogs from Halfway

Oregon

A travel blog entry by erikai on Sep 20, 2014

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<Oregon>capital: Salem
Year of statehood: February 14, 1859
state motto: Alis volat propriis (She Flies With Her Own Wings and The Union)
state flower: Oregon grape
state bird: Western Meadowlark
Five other significant ...

Portland and beyond.

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 14, 2014

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... had blonde moments when they remarked about the huge size of the square bales of hay!!! Which were actually 12 or so big squares stacked ready for transport, causing much mirth from Greg and I.
We followed the freeway right through the large city of Portland, which is built either side of the the huge Colombia River, and then turned westwards and began to follow the river through the Colombia River Gorge! The ...

From Idaho back to Oregon

A travel blog entry by hansinduncan on Aug 13, 2014

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... kids went for a swim in the pool. I took my bike for a ride into town to explore and get some exercise before dinner. Instead of cooking dinner, we went to Paizano's for pizza. We then took a drive to the Safeway for groceries and Aaron went to the skatepark nearby. Our day ended with several games of Old ...

My Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... covering 11 to 17 miles per day to make it to Oregon City within 4 to 6 months.

Glenns Ferry, Idaho was my lunch stop along the route. Glenns Ferry was one of the most difficult river crossings on the OR Trail, pioneers had to ford the raging Snake River at Three Island Crossing. In 1869, Gustavas Glenn constructed a ferry that could carry two wagons, this saved ...

Out of the Sage, into the Tamarack

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 25, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... Colors. The 2 colors refer to the spruce and pine, but this time of year you get a free bonus color, again at no charge, because the Tamarack have turned a brilliant gold. If you have never seen a golden Tamarack, you need to add this to your bucket list, absolutely spectacular. The price of admission to Two Colors turns out to be the long and winding road (cue song) of 41 miles leading into the camp. Gravel no less. A price we are willing ...