Sumpter Stockade Motel, Event and Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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A lot of driving today, about 8 hours, but we've crossed 2 states and one time zone and are now in central Idaho. We had an informative stop at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Baker City Oregon where we learned about the pioneers who packed up their wagons and came out West lured by the offer of free land. We then all realized we're doing a reverse, modern-day Oregon Trail of our own except our "wagon" is way more comfortable! We're camping for the night ...
Met up with mom, dad and Johnsons here in Baker, Oregon. Hard to say goodbye to the Jims :( Settled in with all my gear and preparing to head out tomorrow for Spokane, the first leg of many legs to Alaska. Super warm here in Baker, hopefully it will cool off a bit as we head north. Lots of nice bikes in town for Baker Bike ...
... By the next evening I was in Mitchell camping again with Rob and Suein the city park. Having been warned by Steve and Kay to avoid Mitchell dining, I bought only chocolate milk and left early the next morning for a 38 mi. gorgeous ride into Dayville to the well-recommended cafe.
The scenery is stunning, much more so for me on bicycle than by car. The combinations of rocks, greens, browns, ...
We continued our Northward journey home with a drive to historic Baker City, OR. The campground office itself has been designed to look like it might have 100+ years ago when the first settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail from the Eastern US. After our daily, happy hour snack and drink we setup the trailer ...
I hit my dusty Oregon Trail, traveling on 84 West, out of Twins Falls heading for the Oregon border. The highway parallels the historic Oregon Trail. Back in the 1800's, the 2,200 mile Trail began in Independence, MO and ended in Oregon City, OR.
Thousands of pioneers made the trek, in covered wagons, called Prairie Schooners that weighed up to 2,500 pounds pulled by a ...