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- Stopped off at Tacos Y Mariscos El Compa in Caldwell Idaho at 6:30 PM.
- We both got chicken tortas for $5.50 each.
- It was delicious, authentic Mexican food.
- We got gas before leaving Caldwell.
- Since it was a 129 mile drive from Wendell to Caldwell, gas was $24.04.
- Back on the road by 8:00 PM and headed to Oregon to send the night.
Tomorrow's post -- as Stephen Maturin (the Irish surgeon in P. O'Brian's' seafaring novels) would say -- with the blessing, will consist only of "Arrived in Corvallis", so I'll be profligate with details this evening. From Rock Springs, Wyoming, to Ontario, Oregon today......about 525 miles:
** 4 or 5 wind farms along the way through western WY through the NW corner of Utah and on across SW Idaho. Most had more than 5 DOZEN wind mills. Beautiful ...
... in Idaho for sure. After taking the bat test (to be sure we don't carry white nosed syndrome on our spelunking gear), we went straight to the lava tube caves for a hike. It was sunny and hot and windy. The kids left their hats in the car. As we started Ana took a tumble and smacked her head good on the pavement. It sounded like a watermelon dropping. We brought her back to the van and applied ice. It kept the swelling down, thank God, and she is good as new. But it was ...
... prior commitments......work. Oh I hate that word.
So we arrived safely in Fruitland, Idaho at the Neat Retreat RV Park around 7:00 PM Mountain Time which is an hour ahead of Oak Harbor. We hit some traffic around Seattle and some rain in various spots. Overall a good trip so far. Some stops were made for gas and food and weak bladders and gas again. Tomorrow we only travel about 6 hours.
OK mom, how is that?
"The Cattle Drive" is a concrete creation by local Pendleton, Oregon artist Michael Booth. What better way to let folks know that this is a cattle and rodeo town? The Round-Up each September is the highlight and we only wish we could be around to see it.
We followed the original Oregon Trail, only backwards. We saw the area where the emigrants crossed the Blue Mountains headed for Oregon City, the last leg of the ...