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... any trees in this area. It kinda look like the Wild West we see on TV. The terrain is also slightly different; rolling hills on the Washington side of the bank while the Oregan side has more rugged and jagged hills. We also passed two dams on the river, the Dalles Dam and the John Day Dam, a further 20 miles upstream. There are lots of wind farms up on the mountains on the other side of the river. It was much later that we begin to see windmills on the Oregan ...
... there is not much in between. It has this beautiful canyon in the middle of the town. At the bottom of the canyon there is a really nice golf course which I found funny. We didn't do much here. We ate at Outback and crashed. The next morning we went to a SAMs club type grocery store to get food for lunch since we didn't know what the drive would be like through the rest of Idaho and Oregon. Miles travelled: 502 Hours on the road: 9 Total miles: 3007 Total hours: ...
... of green fields decorated with herds of cattle and wind turbines. The Wind. It never stops its relentless howling. I thought the car door was going to be ripped off its hinges every time I stepped out of the CRV.
At least it was warm, about 60 degrees, but too dangerously windy to ride the bike. Decided to stay for one night at a Days Inn near Twin Falls, Idaho ...
... both glad to get out into the warmth.
We then headed further north to the Craters of the Moon National Monument. It took us about an hour to get to the main park, but most of the way, there was lava craters everywhere.
What got me, was how black it all was. The bitumen road, the edges of the road and all the lava, was black. There was a little bit of green thrown in and also ...
... s where the US government, particularly the navy do their nuclear development and testing. It also has a nuclear waste treatment facility, where , among other things, the contaminated material from the 3 Mile Island emergency were taken. It also has the first the worlds first breeder reactor, and the first to be used to produce electricity, which is now a historical landmark. We flagged Atomic City - we get it now - and continued on to Craters of the ...