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Let me just admit it right away--I slept most of the day away in the passenger seat of the Tricked Out F150. (TOF). In order for me to take vacation I had to cram a month of on call nights into 10 days--so pretty tired today. I planned an easy first day for us to drive from Rainier, WA to Crane, OR, mostly on Hwy 26. With all day to cover 300 miles …
... and Colleen ... both who were not "into" birds) when we stayed at the research station
Campground was extremely nice. Beautiful evening and reflections of a great trip.
Final bird count = 84
Home to Eugene ...
Laurie and Pete
... McCall, New Meadows, Council, Cambridge and Weiser. We head due south towards Ontario, Oregon. We never did go through town as highway 201 skirts the west side.
We turn onto combined highways 20/26. The highways split in Vale with the 26 heading northwest towards John Day Country. We haven't been to Burns so we will head southwest on highway 20. Vale has a nice park in which we can feed the dogs and ourselves. After lunch the furry ones take us for a ...
... a big bowl of chili with cheese and onions, it was delicious and then in walks this lady from Bend Mickie, she stopped and talk to us about my adventure and shook my hand....Dixie asked me to sign there book about what I was doing and so I did. The place is for sale Dixie told me they were going to buy a ranch and live and work on the ranch.
Another couple in the small restaurant also gave me good wishes as they left. Then 2 ...
... next layer you usually don't, and you could even see the swirling galaxies. The sky even seemed to curve around you, like in a planetarium. Yes I sound like a city slicker. But I think it's not only a light issue to see the stars this good, but the sky has to be super clear, and it just doesn't seem to happen that often. We walked around for a while in a stupor until our necks couldn't take it anymore. Then into our cozy bed to read until we ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
Indoor private hot tubs and a large pond heated by natural hot springs. In the summer we tent camp here but this winter stayed in a cabin fir $52. Very clean, quiet heater, and if course a chance to float and look at the stars while snowflakes swirled.
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