Days Inn Burns
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Travel Blogs from Burns
... and Colleen ... both who were not "into" birds) when we stayed at the research station
Campground was extremely nice. Beautiful evening and reflections of a great trip.
Final bird count = 84
Home to Eugene ...
Laurie and Pete
... a waterway. The water either evaporates or seeps into the ground. So there!
Burns is the seat of Harney County. Harney County is the ninth largest county in the U.S at 10,288 square miles. This is open range country- no fences for people, sheep or cows. Burns is known as the gateway to the Steen Mountains and the 185,000 acre Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
We will stay the night at Burns RV Park located just north of downtown on U.S. Highway 20.
... the stop that we made in Brothers. There was supposed to be a motel in Riley but when we got there it was boarded up, I kept pedaling and the winds were still as my back. As I was riding along at times going 23-25mph with little effort I felt like I was about 35-40 years old when I first started riding.....It was the best day ever riding my Odyssey 2000 Global.....Raleigh.
Well the tail winds did end and a little more climbing ...
... awesome, and Glen has official now declared me a mountain biker, as I was bombing through the trails. (Before this I had an old street bike so the most I could really ride on was dirt roads.) I even fell once, which I figure makes me official. Lesson learned: don't stop On narrow, rocky, uphill trails, because it's very hard to get your momentum back to be able to steer! All in all, a great first day.
Now we're back in ...
... the drive was great though and the roads was good.
Stayed at the Horseshoe Inn, very clean reasonable price, If you are in Burns Oregon pick this one.
Well we have decided we are going to have to grow up and start for home so we are working our way ...