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... walk with a biologist on native plants (Cam did get a little bored on this one - but lasted a good half an hour which was impressive), the otters playing, the naturalists show and tell of a Lizard, Snake and Tortoise (Cam touched the Lizard and Tortoise) and a porcupine and the birds of prey aviary.
After a brilliant 3 hours there we set off on a 5 hour drive West to Baker City, primarily following the Journey Through Time scenic byway. This is named for ...
After a couple of days of relaxing at my nephew Jake's home in Portland, we resumed the trip today. It will be Cole and I together for the final leg of our journey. Claudio needed to get back to SF a few days earlier and so departed yesterday afternoon to make it in time.
Today Cole was in charge and he did a great job. We agreed last night that he’d take on the route planning. In Oregon, that’s a particularly challenging ...
... in southern Idaho on the path to Boise!
On a side note: during the drive, I read the first book of the Hunger Games and am pleased with it; however, later in the week I will attempt the 2nd book and am still having difficulties with the writing of this one. I hope I get past it as I downloaded the trilogy.
Boise, ID Walmart Supercenter is packed! Like the busiest I have ever seen; and that is saying ...
... snow plowed so high on the sides and the sand covering the snow it was not safe....There was nothing from Belknap to Sisters to stop to eat either and I was hungry.
So we got into Sisters around 3pm, had lunch and then went to a Electronics store to see about the video camera that we still can't figure out and the gut in the store couldn't either and suggested that we take it to Bend.
We then went next door to this ...
... east of the Cascade Range. This "desert" is different than deserts in the southwest as pine trees are prevalent from Klamath Falls to Bend. Once north of Bend it gets dryer and the landscape is predominantly brush and juniper.
Bend is one of our favorite towns to visit. Downtown retains its turn of the last century charm; the streets are lined with hanging baskets of brightly colored flowers. The Deschutes River runs through it. Bend has done a great job of keeping ...