Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Ontario
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... Often these were nomadic peoples, following the game or seasons. Next came the fur trappers - mainly French Canadians. Next came the settlers, first by wagon, later by train. Sheep herders from the Basque region of France settled in Idaho and Oregon. Next came the lumbermen who logged the areas with trees (yes, we came back to trees again, finally). They used the ...
... Twin Falls and when I filled up I had a half gallon left. With the higher speeds I am getting only 40 mpg.
I entered Idaho at 11:30 and Oregon at the 1:20. I had to stop in Nampa Idaho for gas, I couldn't make it all the way to Ontario, Oregon.
I checked into the hotel, no cousins, yet. I grabbed a quick bite to eat and took a nice shower. The cousins came in about ...
... my shortcut as I had come upon another long hill that didn't show up on the newly purchased road map.
But it wasn't too steep and we travelled over a few more hills and found ourselves in some very dry country. Then I got hit full on by a bit of America - I saw tumbleweed! Okay, it looked exactly like rolly poley but it was a first for here.
We reached Weiser and crossed the Snake River into Oregon. Tomorrow the real desert starts.
Bye for ...
... players in general.
The next day, banjo contestants begin the morning by competing in “Old Time Style”. Once again the judges begin the day with some fantastic professional jamming and then the contestants range from beginners to amazing. During intermission a Tall Tales contest is held. I am reminded that I really don’t fully appreciate the art of telling “Tall Tales”. For the evening competition banjo and ...
... worked our way back down Interstate 84 to the sage brush plains, the section of the trail before they crossed the mountains. The Park Ranger at the Interpretive Center told us we could walk on the original trail. So we did. With not another soul in sight.
We crossed over into Mountain Time with some wonderful scenery along the way. We are staying in Ontario, Oregon, right on the Idaho border formed by the Snake River. ...