Hampton Inn Pendleton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sitting up on the bed typing this in. I may as well get as much sleep as I can before that long flight. It is hard to believe that my great adventure is almost over. I am pretty well packed and it will only take a few minutes in the morning to finish. I am happy to be going home now and I cannot wait to see you all. I know that you Ger and Gill are off to Portugal and I hope you have a great time. See you when you get ...
... me very welcome too. Bob is one very cleaver man and very funny also so the craic was mighty. I had a feed of the best spare ribs I ever had. It was an early night though as we started at 6 and were home by 9. This morning I went into town with Larry to get some cash and post a belated card to Rosemary and found a big old building on fire with hoses and turntable ladders in action. ...
... the summit of the Blue Mountains, by a spring where emigrants on the Oregon Trail would spend the night. There is an old Conestoga wagon in the park, honoring all those who traveled Westward for a better life. The Oregon Trail was a 2,200-mile historic east-west large wheeled wagon route and emigrant trail that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. From the mid-1820s (and particularly ...
... gets to be green. Green because it is growing or because of the moss but green nonetheless. So, I see the sign for Bliss, ID and I start thinking "I bet this is a pretty town, what with a name like Bliss and all". Yet again, I am proven wrong! Not a whole lot to see in Bliss, a couple old building and a gas station, that's about it.
I make it to the Oregon border and I start trying to brace myself for the dead countryside I saw on my ...
... pass and discount to the MAX.
On my Birthday we left John Day and headed north. I was getting sick of John Day and guess what? Yes, we were following the John Day River. We ended up in Pendleton Oregon and stayed at the Whildhorse RV Park, an Indian casino park. Here we had hookups and were able to have a nice buffet dinner. We also played blackjack and met many interesting people/characters. We stayed on Theresa's birthday as well and ...