Best Western Prineville Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
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... of the area and a brief history of the fossil beds. In a nutshell, there were 17 major lava flows in this area over the last 60,000 years. Each flow entrapped different plants and animals which have now fossilized and offer a snapshot into our history with every level.
The national monument consists of 3 relatively small units. The entire fossil-rich area consists of 20,000 sq miles in eastern Oregon; or about 1/4 of the entire state!
... house and started stripping off all of our wet clothing and started the fireplace to dry out our gear. After settling in and deciding where to eat we drove in Fane's rental car to a brew pub called Worthy Brewing. The place is huge and it's owned by one man, a lawyer. We returned to the house and visited for several hours before retiring for the evening.
230 miles today
2330 miles total
12501479 miles remaining
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... and they buy around 3,000 used books a day. Wow - that's impressive.
Well it didn't take long for Jody to disappear inside but oh no - what a dilemma - which book to buy???
Well there was a list of ones she wanted but remarkably this store had none of them And they sell secondhand copies too - not just new books. So she settled for Sophie's Choice. A book she had been wanting to read for a long time but there were just so many others ahead in the queue.
... his life, he screamed just inches from my face….”What the F….k did you do to my cat”?
Needless to say, I was a little confused. As Barney spat his hatred in my face, my mind raced to make sense of the situation before me. His cat? Big Thump? Quick Flash? Could these things possibly be related? Perhaps, but there were still so many unanswered pieces to the puzzle. I looked at him with a puzzled face and told him that I don’t understand ...
Todays ride was quite a surprise. Having had regrets about leaving the SCR yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised as I climbed the 16 mile Ochoco Divide, to 4,600 ft. The weather stayed cool with cloud cover and the surroundings became quite lush and beautiful. All in all I'm glad I have left the SCR to explore other landscapes. I had a squirrelly tailwind that sometimes in canyons become a headwind, but mostly ...