Comfort Inn & Suites Hermiston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hi all, Larry an d I wen down the town this morning and I had a look around while he got new glasses. We ha a look at the remains of the lovely building that burnt yesterday. Sadly a young man died in the blaze and two were injured. We went into a beautiful shop that sold everything a cowboy could wish for beautiful saddles Spurs and 10gal hats of course. One I saw cost $499! We then went out to the Indian ...
... for a drive then picking up Bob on the way. The trip was more interesting to them I feel as we visited many places where they used to fish and play when young and are now mainly industrial sites. They showed me a gigantic forest area where they grow 7.5 million trees all the same type in dead straight lines on 25,000 acres of land all irrigated. Some operation. We had a bit of ...
It is day 1 of our adventure and we haven't even left Oregon yet. We MUST be having a hard time with leaving our home state. On the whim since our friends were not arriving in town today, we found a campsite half way between Aloha, OR and Coeur de' Alene, ID called Hat Rock Campground, located by Hat Rock State Park, near Hermiston, Oregon. We took a nice hike warning Hugh to stay on the gravel path so the rattle snakes don't get him. Ha, ...
... loaded our destination into the GPS; however, the signage on the road indicated that we should turn much sooner. We followed two other RVs into the Park, only to find that we had reached the Painted Hills site or section. The actual museum and exhibit site was down the road about 47 miles. So, in the interest of seeing the exhibits, we headed on down to the Sheep Rock Unit, only to find out that that was closed on Mondays due to ...
... a lovely looking bridge. After that we stopped to look at the impressive Beacon Rock and a bit further on Cape Horn, with a beautiful view of the river from above. We then stopped at a place called Washougal for a smores pie (as it was cold and wet and not a good day for ice cream) in McDonalds and used their wi-fi to locate a campsite for the night. We then carried on to Vancouver, WA (not BC, not yet anyway) and crossed ...