Comfort Inn & Suites Hermiston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As Curtis would say, "We visited the Chief!"
Stayed at the RV park and played some Black Jack. Barb won $110 bucks and I lost $60. But she made it clear that she won and I lost.
It is still warm up here. We will head out in the morning for Seattle.
... on the trip so far. We then had a long drive through the rest of Montana, the panhandle of Idaho and into Washington state! We got upgraded to a family suite tonight at our hotel and we are grateful for the extra space - and the nice pool to help us cool off after hours in the car. It is 103 degrees here in Washington and tomorrow is supposed to be just as warm. I thought Washington was rainy? The west coast, I cannot believe we are finally here! ...
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 ...
... reservation on the other. Downtown is along the banks of the Umatilla River and houses on the hillsides surrounding the town. All in all it seems to be a very nice little town.
Note: Pendleton is pronounced by the natives as Pen-uhl-ton. No "D".
We started at Hamley’s, a western outfitting store for the last 100 years. It’s in a historic building with dark wooden paneling and floors that creak. There ...