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... particular, came to build the railways. Japanese and Mexicans came as well. These next murals depict their contributions.
You will remember that during the second world war, Japanese Americans (and Canadians) were interned in camps in remote places (just because they, or their parents came from Japan). Shame on us! We have passed two of these camps in the high ...
Today we drove about an hour south of Burns to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
I was hoping to see Sand hill cranes before they left on their southern migration.
We recently watched a TV show about Malheur Lake, and how it was disappearing because of the lack of rain, and the farmers with superior water rights who are drawing water from the Silvies River before it can reach the lake.
We were shocked ...
Well, we took some time to get upgraded, help daughter Kim, see the rest of the family and generally get better organized.
For starters, I had a cell phone booster installed since we travel in remote areas and need internet and cell service that we don't get without it. Also, bought new high-end mattresses to replace those cheesy ones they put in here that felt you sleeping on a poker chip. There was a lot of rigamarole associated with ...
Todays Miles - RV- 84; Jeep 64
Total Miles - RV - 444; Jeep 64
Departed - Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge
Arrived - Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
No RV miles. Whew
Driving around Malheur
The Refuge we are visiting.What an amazing place at this time of ...