Executive Inn

1050 NE 3rd Street Hwy 26, Prineville, Oregon, 97754, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prineville

Hardcore Camping

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie


... more as I lost my cool trying to put up the tent in 100 degrees heat on rocky ground (All i will say is that we now need to buy some new tent stakes as I really went to town with the mallet on the old ones).

Tent kind of erected we headed to the reservoir for a well earned cool off. Foiled again, the reservoir that looks so appealing from our campsite requires you to trudge through what I can only describe as "quick mud" ...

Northwest adventure - mainland US of A

A travel blog entry by lmc193

... of others! And literally every junction off the highway (every mile nearly) has a sign for a subway and a McDonald's! That's pretty much like having a subway in Wrenthorpe, Alverthorpe, outwood and Kirkhamgate and in every village! It crazy! Well that's our two days of eating rubbish done! Back to the hostels to props and cooking beans on toast! So we are at the Econo Lodge tonight (this ones got a fridge) heading for Quinault rainforest tomorrow! Hopefully il have a lot to ...

Washington, Oregon.

A travel blog entry by lizmac

... a series of running battles. From Imnaha, a long STEEP one way road, up, up and up to the top of Hat Point, above Hells Canyon. The point is 6982' and the Snake River below is 1250', making Hells the deepest canyon in the US. Stunning drive, but scary, especially on the way down.. From Imnaha again, another long gravel road, right beside the Imnaha River,(where I imagine the Nez Perce wintered), out towards the highway, via the ...


A travel blog entry by clayora2011


... our feet, it was so cold, the views were beautiful and the place is over 100 years old, full of history, it is on the Oregon Trail, discovered by Lewis and Clark, who actually the came from the East Coast of USA and discovered Oregon. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers Country!!
We then drove on to Multnomah Falls, we drove thru a tunnel and the scenery on the way was nothing short of beautiful, moss growing on the ...

Happy 30th Birthday To Me!

A travel blog entry by havervwilltravl


... scared of it when it was on that she wouldn't hold still for a picture, and once it was off she didn't see any reason to act abnormally anymore; so I regret that there is not more to illustrate this episode.

It's not like I've never worn ...


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