Bridge Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cropping country with huge open fields as far as the eye could see!
This continued for ages until we crossed over the Cascade Range where we returned to natural forest, and encountered the first rain of our trip. The rain followed us all the way to Baker City where after driving about 770 kilometres we had all had enough! So we found a motel in the little town - only $75 tonight for the same facilities and had a ...
... kids went for a swim in the pool. I took my bike for a ride into town to explore and get some exercise before dinner. Instead of cooking dinner, we went to Paizano's for pizza. We then took a drive to the Safeway for groceries and Aaron went to the skatepark nearby. Our day ended with several games of Old ...
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, ...
... it but is cooler at night. We are staying at an RV park on the outskirts of Baker City tonight. The kids were disappointed that the pool has closed but we did all go for a hot tub soak. In the RV,the kids ate egg and soldiers (dippy eggs) for tea then we had mince and potatoes. 9.30pm now an everyone is in bed. Off to the Oregon Trail Interpretative Centre tomorrow morning and then a big drive through Idaho and into Utah. Well, that's the plan for now. ...
... As fortune would have it, it stopped raining while we were gearing up and by the time we were pointed south all the rain was in the mirror and the temperature was climbing toward 80 degrees. This had the effect of turning our rain gear into portable saunas. We ditched the rain gear during our lunch stop and our friends' donut shop (Don's Donuts and Julie's Java) in Yakima. Temperatures in the high ...