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... we drove further north to see Cathedral Rock before leaving this unit. It was a half hour drive to the Painted Hills, the second unit and one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon.
We saw layers of red, yellow, green, white and lavender rock.
We did not see any exposed fossils, but then we didn't look as we were ...
Today, wherever we drove, there were US flags everywhere. We even saw a man walking down the road carrying a huge flag. We thought he was just some eccentric local and then it dawned on us. We don't keep an eye on dates much except when we have to get a flight or something so it was strange to be here today to experience how the day is marked.
We drove first to the town of Astoria. There is a really long bridge there Bryan had heard about and he wanted to ...
... by plane :). We decided on a time, and then went to go exploring. So besides the Dining Car, there's the Parloue Car which has a theatre on the bottom level, and also the Cafe Car, with a lounge on the top level. Then there's 3 Sleeper Cars just like ours, and then on the other side of the food cars, there's a couple of Coach/Economy Cars as well!
After a while it was time for dinner, and this time we decided on the Dining Car, where I tried the ...
... Before I had time scan any further for evidence of my road kill, I looked up only to see life getting worse fast. In a residential driveway at the very start of the one stop light town of Stanley was a cop with a radar gun. The whole hitting an unknown object thing had distracted me from my original task of slowing down for the speed trap. As I later learned, I crossed his radar beam doing 61 MPH in a 40 MPH zone. Now speeding is really not that big a deal in Oregon ...
... Les and my BBC pod-cast for company as we drove into the central Oregon desert. We must have driven for an hour without seeing another car, which concerned me as i kept thinking about what the F would happen if our old friend the Volvo S80 decided she has had enough, my prayers to the car engine gods were answered as we made it to a town called "Madras" for lunch (at last a decent Indian meal in the US i thought to myself). I ...