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We actually managed to get up with hitting the snooze button only once. Maybe twice, but still much better than usual. We had a pretty strict schedule to stick to. We had our usual continental breakfast, and then we were on the road again. Unfortunately, there have been no recent stray animals in need of my attention.
We drove for a few …
We of course had our ceremonial bumper sticker hanging before we departed Wallowa Lake. Long hot drive today! Once again, thank god for AC! This is a beautiful park. This is where folks forked off of the Oregon trail to go to California? Something like that. We didn't get to see much of it. Boys did ride ...
... as well. I’m not sure what the winter was like here, but water seems to abound in this part of the country.
We hit pavement and rode further north through the hills until we made it to the Paiute indian reservation, where we stopped for lunch. After lunch we turned around and re-traced our steps for 10 miles to get back to the dirt road Claudia had marked for the next segment of our journey. The road we found ourselves on was a smoother, wider, higher ...
... in Boise for some supplies, but other than that, it was a driving day, and now it will get interesting. We'll pass through Utah, northern Oklahoma, etc. No photos today since it's just the road, and who cares about seeing another road? Sorry. But at least we figured out how to secure that dang solar blanket.
Chris had found the perfect place. Riverside cabin for two nights on the long road to Yellowstone. I was already imagining lazing by the river, cooling off with a swim, reading a magazine on the porch...relaxing relaxing relaxing.
Upon arrival we came upon the harsh reality that the power was partially out at the site so there would be no showers or toilets and the flying riverbugs, whatnots, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility