Pine Springs Resort
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... We have arranged to have a RV repair guy come to the RV park tomorrow in Prosser. I called the RV park they gave me his name. Apparently this is not an usual problem and he got information on what we have so he can have the right parts.
The dogs are doing well and have recovered from the stress reducing RX we gave them. We will use it only when it is absolutely necessary as we don't like to get our stoned.
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... OR where there was supposed to be a motel and then on Thurs. simply ride the 26 miles to Astoria. When I asked the waitress at a cafe where I was having lunch (leisurely) where the local motel was located she replied that it had gone out of business about a year ago. Because there are no services or camping (I couldn't camp anyway without a mattress) I got my butt in gear and pushed on to Astoria which turned out to be a very hilly 26 miles ( I had all ready pedaled 47 ...
... wardrobe on the sidewalk I found my spare tires on the bottom of the last one. I fixed it and was on my way. I had two challenges today, going through Portland was difficult because like everywhere else in the country summer is roadwork time. I encountered two detours, one of which got me lost. After Portland I rode into headwinds which continued until St. Helen's I'm camping this evening in St. Helens Town Park. They allow camping, ...
At my campsite on the Deschutes River this morning several campers wanted to know where I was going, where I came from, was I alone, I felt like a celebrity! EVERYONE that I met on this trip so far has been friendly and super nice. The morning was warm and sunny with moderate headwinds which were sporadic through out the day. I decided to stay in a motel tonight because the next campground was twenty more miles and with substantial hills. Today's pictures show what I ...
... grown in Oregon and Washington. There are a lot Comice, Bosc, Red Anjou, French Butter, and Bartlett pears. Not to mention, Asian, Sekel, and the regular Anjou. I like pears, they have special cells called stone cells that give them grit. A little grit in life is good. We should all grow a pear like Oregon and Washington. The Odell house has a small pond out front and a fenced yard for Sadie. Good thing, because we saw a coyote as we drove up. Paul and Kate found the ...