Best Western Ponderosa Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Noela and I set of early leaving the other 5 couples behind in Eureka, the others are having a short day, and we are heading to Sisters Oregon to meet up with Bob and Vicky Hunt. Departing Eureka, we continued along the coast seeing beaches, but also forest. It is really cold and an extra layer of clothing is required.
On reaching Crescent City …
... their.So we got to go to the bull pins way in the back they had pins with hundreds of bull elk in each pin. one pin had all spikes i never new a Spike on a young bull could grow up to five foot long.that was just the one year old pin. thy had pins with two three year olds.then their where the pins with the big boys in it man what a site that had a other pin with the freak racks way ...
... City. We couldn't remember discussing Baker City with our travel agent, let alone why on earth we had two nights there. Oh well we thought - if it's dull we can catch up on emails/write the blog/read books etc.
We stayed in the only hotel in the centre of town - the Geiser Grand - an historic hotel built in the Gold Rush times. It was quite olde worlde grand and perfectly pleasant, dinner in the restaurant was OK - once again we were the youngest - but this time ...
... hills and made good progress before we came to a washed out section of the road. Initially, we thought we might need to turn back, but on investigation we found that prior riders had made a way through, including construction of a small bridge, (see pictures to get a better sense). Beyond that, the high point of the morning (literally and figuratively) was an overlook a local had recommended. It was a 5 minute detour off of the main route and took ...
... contrast was beyond beautiful! Dark shadows on the hills looked as if they were charred but were only shadows from the clouds above. Mounds gave way to bigger jagged outcrops and the twists and turns in the highway began to control the kaleidoscope of vistas.
At every turn as we climbed and descended, our ever changing mountain views spectacular! If I hesitated and set the camera down for a moment I missed a Nikon moment! One ...