Americas Best Value Inn John Day
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from John Day
I expected today to be kind of a long, boring drive from Baker City down to Burns. I was so wrong.
We got an early start with breakfast at the motel, then loaded up and headed south on SR7. We got brief sense of Baker City, and we liked what we saw, agreeing that we would come back and spend more time here in the future.
It was an absolutely gorgeous morning; there is a fall crispness to the air, the skies are bright blue ...
... you can and to have this trip be primarily a fun one. Of note is that they can hitch their trikes together as a tandem unit and still pull their trailer.
I then had the treat of spendng an afternoon and overnight with a friend from high school, Steve and his wife Kay in the Terrabonne area. A lovely and gracious visit during which Steve kindly took me to a shop in Redmond for a new tire ...
... about the role of Chinese in the development of the Pacific North West and heard about two partners who had been particularly successful, one as a renowned healer and one as a skilled merchant. So Saturday night we arrived at what is turning out to be one of the nicest campgrounds so far at Dayville (the blip). Flat, lots of well manicured grass, ringed with trees, seven rv sites, water and sewer, freedom for our dog Duke. We were ...
Day 7 our first rest day.
Yesterday Kenz and I rode 20 miles to Dayville from our cow pasture we camped in the night before. When we arrived we hoped to find knee braces because our knees have been unfortunately hurting for the last two days. Since the Dayville Mercantile did not have knee braces we got the second best thing for our aches and pains, Fire Ball Whiskey, agreeing to drink some every five miles until we got to our destination, John Day. We decided the 5 ...
... going from Bend eastward and stopping in John Day, Oregon for the night. The campground was behind the county fairgrounds on the bank of the river. A beautiful night listening to the rushing stream, but the most outstanding was the sky! It was a pitch black night and, looking up, ...