Fish House Inn and RV Park
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Prior to breaking camp Jeff and I took the Gondola to spectacular views atop the 8,300 foot summit of Mt Howard on the edge of the Eagle Cap Wilderness. There are a couple of miles of hiking trails, views of three states and, surprisingly, two natural springs bubbling out of the ground. How does water flow 8,000 feet up when you are at the peak of a mountain? Next stop was an easy drive to Baker City, so far one of the most enjoyable ...
... draw out these stories. For example, you can't just come out and ask somebody to tell you a story about love... it really shuts down the conversation quickly. It works best if you don't even mention the intimidating four letter word (love), and just ask people about their relationships. However, if you have any stories about love that you would like to share, please feel free to message us!
Until next time,
Peace Love and Unicorns,
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... going from Bend eastward and stopping in John Day, Oregon for the night. The campground was behind the county fairgrounds on the bank of the river. A beautiful night listening to the rushing stream, but the most outstanding was the sky! It was a pitch black night and, looking up, ...
... I asked the question:
Me - So what do you want to do for the rest of the day.
Her - Oh, I am trying to figure out what birding to do..Do I want to go look for those burrowing owls?
Me - I ...
There is no amount of chocolate milk that will fix what I did to myself today! Maybe it was the convenience store cheeseburger (under the heat lamp....Ummm) I ate at Prairie City. Maybe it was that last climb that I knew I would have to do tomorrow morning if I camped at Austin Junction. Maybe it was the fact it was raining when I finally got to my planned camping spot. Just maybe it was the "double rainbow" and all of that white water ...