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I left at about 815 this morning and got to Boise about 515 with an hour increase in time. Not much exciting about the trip. We only really interesting part is in eastern Oregon following the Mahlure (spelling) river and through the canyon. This is the longest leg of my trip. The next couple of days will be short and I think more beautiful country. ...
... haul their trees. Finally came the miners, when gold was discovered in various places in the west. They also used the railways and fought with the ranchers/farmers over access to water. The farmers/ranchers had built irrigation ditches to divert water from the streams and with so little rainfall, water was a scarce commodity.
Not all settlers were from Europe. ...
Sunday: Took it a lot more slowly ... 262 miles ... and stopped at most rest stops and view points along the way. Minnie was much happier! The highway followed parts of the Oregon Trail and it's amazing how the pioneers managed to get anywhere when you see the mountain passes they had to cross. I spent the night at a KOA in Mountain Home, Idaho and was able to watch the eclipse of the 'supermoon' from there. Very cool! ...
I think we crashed and burned as soon as our head hit the pillows. I don't think a bed has ever felt so good before. Woke up this morning to 58 degrees. The high today is supposed to be 95. We are about an hour and a half from Oregon. We have been 2063 ...
... After unpacking the bikes we were in Nick's room. He called his mother and said "Hey, mom here is someone you need to talk to." He handed me the phone and I said "Hello ma'am this is the police, you need to come down and bail your son out if jail."
She said "I recognize your voice Robby..."
440 miles today
990 miles to date
2819 miles remaining
Day three ...