Best Western Hermiston Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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As Curtis would say, "We visited the Chief!"
Stayed at the RV park and played some Black Jack. Barb won $110 bucks and I lost $60. But she made it clear that she won and I lost.
It is still warm up here. We will head out in the morning for Seattle.
... horse at Dunrovin, a blue roan named Charger. Phoebe got to ride the sweetest, prettiest pony named Cool Dude, who we got to meet the night before. Once we were saddled up we had an awesome and fun family lesson. Maggie and Sara were friendly and fun and the kids were all naturals - plus I don't think any of them stopped smiling for the entire time they were on the horses. Our faces hurt from smiling so much. It was an amazing morning, one of ...
... my California one! Talked to a couple of bikers on way out. They dubbed me Sir Iron Butt for traveling so far on a bike. The older guy says he rides from restroom to restroom!
Pic 17 - Lunch: Yum yum. Just because it says Double-Double doesn't mean it is. I got a cheeseburger (single) just to satisfy the urge. Anymore and it becomes nap time.
Pic 18 - Gas Up: Not at all what you want to see as you run out of gas! Just kidding, ...
... all the dust devils that form. They are quite common. I must say Hermiston is in the middle of no where. Had to drive four+ miles just to find dinner tonite. Not sure what everyone does for a living in these little towns. Perhaps they work on the farms?
I think tomorrow morning we are going to wake up naturally and take our time heading south through Utah. Hope to see some of the canyons in southern Utah before heading east.
Route: Bend, Oregon to Hermiston, Oregon via John Day Fossil Bed National Monument near Mitchell, OR--218 miles.
Campground: Hat Rock Campground, Hermiston, OR
This was a day of travel on roads less traveled—no major highways.
Our goal today was to have a stop at the John Day Fossil Bed National Monument, feeling that this would provide an interesting, as well as educational, stop or break in the day's ...