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We headed South to the Ski resort of Sisters - hitting the end of a festival weekend as it happened. It is a lovely little Western Town, named for the three mountains (all over 10,000ft) called The Sisters. It was a lovely sunny day so we strolled down the main street (with a shop settling antler chandeliers), checked out the craft market and had …
... twice trying to get some help for allergies at two different Emergent Care places enroute, but essentially got no assistance, to speak of, at either. So it goes, I reckon.
With another early take off, we got to our next spot, in the city of Sisters Oregon, at their city park. It's busy here too, but that's to be expected in these days of summer. We encountered ...
... the coast and turned East and then North our time on the coast is over as is our time in California as we head into Oregon. At breakfast we met 3 guys riding the same way and they have warned that the State troopers in Oregon give little quarter in relation to speeding so max speed today will be 55MPH (Cough splutter).
Once again riding is ...
... time anyway. Spent the night of July 4th at the Army Corps campground in Plymouth WA. On the road again July 20 and arrived at Thousand Trails at Sun River OR. Bend Oregon is in the Cinder and Lava bed country, climate is desert, warm during the day cooling off at night, and proned to thunder and lightning storms with the temperature changes. Lots of blue skies with the mountains starting with Mount Hood and on ...
... nap!!! I needed one so badly. The motel's internet wasn't working, so once again the blog had to wait. I am beginning to feel a little travel weary, and my ankle is starting to hurt a little more--I think I am using it a little too much. Bummer. Bend is really just a place to spend the night for us, rather than a sightseeing destination, so we spent the remainder of the day relaxing and resting up for the last leg of the trip.