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... camping in Umatilla, Oregon, on the banks of the great Columbia River in the shadow of one of those great hydroelectric power dams. In the '30's as the dams were being built, the government hired a folksinger by the name of Woodie Guthrie to write some songs about the project as PR move and some have remained as ...
... their back yard, but not many to pick yet.
When we finally got back to the house, it was time to leave so we said our good byes and headed south-east towards Boise, ID around 12Noon.
We stopped at The Dalles for a few pictures and to stretch our legs then on to Pendleton, OR for the night. On the way we were stopped for about 20 minutes because of a wild fire. the fire department must have gotten there ...
We were all sad to leave today but all good things must come to an end eventually. C made another batch of her now-famous huckleberry pancakes which we ate until we were positively stuffed. At started to rain pretty hard (by our California standards at least) just before we set out to pack the car, so we delayed a bit until it let up. The girls cut out paper snowflakes with C while D and I finished packing ...
... 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 ...