Wayne's Grocers & Cabins

Address: 190 West Washington Street, Huntington, Oregon, 97907, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 190 West Washington Street, Huntington.
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      Filsons' Western Ho-most There

      A travel blog entry by mafilson on Sep 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... to my eyes. And again, miles upon miles of snow fences sheltering the Interstate in wintertime.

      ** Also again, miles of freight trains. I'll try to amend a photo snapped at a rest stop do two trains passing under the high brow of an impressive cliff/bluff. Silly but true......LOVED the trains.

      ** East of Salt Lake City, the land was grayish-brown with sagebrush, a dry, endless high desert, spotted all over with small oil wells (a tank + ...

      Night 13: Farewell to the Snake

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 05, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Night 13: Farewell to the Snake From Arco, ID, to Farewell Bend, OR Today we drove 289.2 miles across the Snake River Plain, using the old Goodale Cutoff of the Oregon Trail on the high shelf between Cary and Mountain Home, ID. (The van passed 175,000 miles today.) Weather was hot all day topping off at 100 near Boise. Most of the day was dry, sunny, and in the upper 90's. It was windy in the early afternoon and again after sunset. I had to tie anchor ropes to the tent ...

      Oregon Trail

      A travel blog entry by donnabyrne on Jul 02, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... worked our way back down Interstate 84 to the sage brush plains, the section of the trail before they crossed the mountains. The Park Ranger at the Interpretive Center told us we could walk on the original trail. So we did. With not another soul in sight.

      We crossed over into Mountain Time with some wonderful scenery along the way. We are staying in Ontario, Oregon, right on the Idaho border formed by the Snake River. ...

      Stage 8 - 100 miles of headwinds (almost)

      A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jun 14, 2013

      4 photos

      ... great. However, we had a headwind from the start. Fortunately, the first twenty miles into Baker City on old US 30 were fairly flat. But it was slower than we had anticipated. We rode back into Baker City and stopped downtown at a little Oregon Trail memorial, and had our "snack". We try to stop about every twenty miles for a little "energy food" break. La Grande and Baker City are both nice little towns with apparently vibrant ...

      Making our way further East. . .

      A travel blog entry by nboersma on Jun 08, 2012

      46 photos

      Leaving Cascade Locks to the ever familiar morning drizzle is getting old. Been raining since the 26th of May. But in about 25 minutes the heavens clear and it is now sunny. The Gorge Highway is a winding path through rock walls to our right and the ever flowing Columbia River to our left. The more east we travel the gorge gives way to a more arid climate and what now looks like desert plains.

      Trucks ...