Flying Arrow Resort
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... who doesn't like to hear polka music and yodeling competitions?
We did take a drive out to see Wallowa Lake, which was beautiful with the blue sky reflected on its smooth surface and the colorful trees and mountains in the background.
Then it was back on our original route; it was my turn to drive. The road from Joseph to Halfway was practically deserted, and in some areas pretty narrow, with steep drops off the edge. It was a little scary driving ...
Eight days and 800 km of riding done and dusted!! 8,000 metres of vertical climbing too. We've now had a rest day and among other things, done some laundry. Today we saw a bear, in the wild. He bolted when he saw us. Are you surprised? What's my overall thoughts so far? - The countryside is spectacular!! - American drivers are really courteous. - As a "team" we're getting ...
... and the necessary negotiations completed about what the day's agenda would be (where is Vince Ready when you need him) we took Jeff's car and headed for Hell's Canyon. the first of the Seven Wonders. Absolutely breathtaking - the deepest gorge in North America, with the Snake River at the bottom. There is a circular scenic byway that parallels the gorge and at the core of the byway are the Wallowa Mountains ...
... surroundings. The Nez Perce National Forest is indeed quite beautiful, and the access road allows some great views into Hells Canyon, one of the deepest gorges in the earth (which is probably where the canyon gets its name). In the end, I still got a wonderful driving tour of the forest and its surrounding landscape. Heaven's Gate would have been great to see today, but I resolved to make a point of trying again tomorrow morning, as long as I have the ...
... steep roads. In an effort to just stay out of the firefighter's way and not cause trouble, we accepted that the Hat Point overlook, the one providing the most beautiful of all views of the canyon was ruled out. The major agenda item for the day was being a part of the Tamaliks Indian Celebration in Wallowa, southwest of Joseph. We had chosen Sunday, the last day of the ...