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There was a motorcycle rally that just ended yesterday. Lucky us, we would have been still driving. All hotels were sold out.
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Year of statehood: February 14, 1859
state motto: Alis volat propriis (She Flies With Her Own Wings and The Union)
state flower: Oregon grape
state bird: Western Meadowlark
Five other significant ...
Left Eugene this morning at about 9.30am ready for a long drive! We followed I5N north as far as Portland passing some beautiful farming country, lots of hay production and also fruits and nuts. There were also many light industrial areas, one of which was Marathon Coaches which produces motor home and fifth wheelers! There were literally acres of new trailers and motor homes waiting for distribution!
We continued our Northward journey home with a drive to historic Baker City, OR. The campground office itself has been designed to look like it might have 100+ years ago when the first settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail from the Eastern US. After our daily, happy hour snack and drink we setup the trailer ...
We are headed to Washington, eventually, to meet up with Charlie Heffernan and Robbie Newell, our best man and maid of honor and longtime friends. We are to meet at the Newell Family cabin above Yakima. But before we make that journey we want to see Eastern Oregon.
We are into the free campsite zone having success with Wolf Flats. Paul strongly suggested we go to Wallowa so we found a place just outside Eagle Cap Wilderness Area, ...
The RV park at Boardman was lovely but that is about all Boardman has going for it. I can see now why Mike spent his free time in the pub when he work there just after we got married. In the campground Taylah and I climbed over the rocks at the edge of the Columbia River in order to paddle our feet but Taylah slipped on a wet rock and ending up slipping unceremoniously into the river. We had a laugh. That was her introduction to the mighty Columbia River. ...