Wilson Ranches Retreat Bed & Breakfast
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- Refrigerator in room
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... Gorge. 17 volcanic layers averaging 8,000 yrs each.This is an amazing place. Essentially, there are layers of volcanic ash dating back 40 + million years ago in ...
... we were quite far from the nearest town so we had to drive and drive and drive until we finally found a small village called Mitchell in wich we found the "Historic Oregon Hotel". The lady at the counter, she remined me a bit of Dolly Parton for some reason, told us that we had to hurry next door if we wanted to have dinner because the diner were closing and offered us to check in after that. Following her advise we ran next door and the lady said the were ...
... to the delight of the campers. Then, the kids were rewarded with a glow stick dance party and ice cream. So far I've been really impressed with the high school kids' accommodations of the specific needs of our kids, and club has been no different. During the glow stick dance party everyone gave us enough space to work with that even the kid who has anxiety issues felt safe with the situation. This is not the only time I've noticed the other campers positive attitude towards ...
Mitchell consisted of a road not even a half a mile long, with a small market, a cozy old fashioned inn, a cute little diner and a small town park where we stayed. With no place to shower, we enjoyed soaking each other with the hose in fifty degree weather. It was pretty hard to sleep that night because of the low temperature , but we sucked it up and looked forward to a sunny ride the next morning. Oh by the way we are still having trouble with Chris' tire. ...
I just took a morning trip with my Uncle Tom and friend Benjamin to the Painted Hills in the John Day Fossil Beds outside of Mitchell, Oregon.
It was a cool spring day but my photography companions were very pleasant and we had lots of fun. I of course had to have my Hostess mini chocolate doughnuts for the ...