La Quinta Inn Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s friends who were playing in a trivia game. We helped them with a few questions, like when MD knew who Texas blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn was - yeah!
Wednesday July 29
MD and I went to Pilot Butte for a hike, after first going to Backporch Coffee Roasters, and to Newport Avenue market across the street to grab a breakfast of bananas and peanut ...
... of snow up there but not on the roads.
The Road To Crater Lake
... migration was. We really enjoyed the experience. Back on Main street Baker City we found some nice little shops, a good coffee stop and in the local branch of the US Bank - in a wooden display cabinet - the Armstrong 5 pound gold nugget found in 1913 in the now ghost town of Susanville in Oregon. This is worth over $100,000 today and it didn't seem to be under any particular security! There was a nice little display to go with it and it was a pretty impressive lump of gold.
... after having lunch at the top, we returned to bottom and caught a dog-sled ride through the woods. What an experience with these powerful, little American Huskies! These dogs love to run and we felt like we had been shot out of a cannon when they took off through the woods, at top speed,lol!
Our next stop was the lava fields, south of Bend, where we drove up to the top a 800 foot lava butte to see a 360 panorama of ancient ...
YUM. This is a most beautiful and very gently winding path up the coast of Northern CA and OR. For most of CA we drove through the Redwoods. What a treat. I feel that if I am fortunate to do this again...I will spend a month just along the coast of CA and OR. There is simply so much to see. I would like to pull of and satiate my curiosity waaaaay more often than we currently ...