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... ad-hoc music all night long. Should we camp in the musicians’ domain where we will be collocated with the jammin’? I check out the web sites and learn that the primary camping venue is called the “Fiddletown Campground”. This is a very large field near the Weiser High School that they mow and then spray paint the edge boundaries of about 200 campsites. In the field there is no water, electricity or sewer service. This is ...
Today was Day 1 on our big road trip! We have declared Living on a Prayer by Bon Jovi our theme song as we started our journey in Ruby. We drove a total of 10 hours to get here! First we followed our route through Deb's college in Ellensburg and then stopped in Yakima for lunch at Olive Garden. Then ...
Tomorrow's post -- as Stephen Maturin (the Irish surgeon in P. O'Brian's' seafaring novels) would say -- with the blessing, will consist only of "Arrived in Corvallis", so I'll be profligate with details this evening. From Rock Springs, Wyoming, to Ontario, Oregon today......about 525 miles:
** 4 or 5 wind farms along the way through western WY through the NW corner of Utah and on across SW Idaho. Most had more than 5 DOZEN wind mills. Beautiful ...
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 ...
"The Cattle Drive" is a concrete creation by local Pendleton, Oregon artist Michael Booth. What better way to let folks know that this is a cattle and rodeo town? The Round-Up each September is the highlight and we only wish we could be around to see it.
We followed the original Oregon Trail, only backwards. We saw the area where the emigrants crossed the Blue Mountains headed for Oregon City, the last leg of the ...