La Quinta Inn Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The next morning we went into down town to have our last walk around and to do some shopping, I was lucky enough to score a free T-shirt in one of the little shops where I had I bought another T-shirt from. “Old stock” the owner said to me and sent me on my way with an extra top in my bag! WOW, what a friendly little town. We were really going to miss this special little place.
There was one more errand to do before leaving bend, which was purchase ...
... visit the Old Mill District. It was pretty touristy for us but had plenty of restaurants and bars to choose from along the river, where many people were floating or SUPing. We walked around a bit and checked out the Les Schwaub amphitheater, a sweet outdoor venue set up for both large and small bands. From there we headed downtown to experience First Friday, an event held on the first Friday of every month in Bend. All of the shops stay open later and ...
... in the morning and I drove thru Wickenburg, then 93 to Las Vegas, then stayed on highway 93 (Great Basin Hwy) all the way north to just short of Ely Nevada (E. Central NV), where I veered a little east and north into sorta wilderness and Cleve Creek NF Campground. That was a free campground, had nice clean vault toilets, nice views of hills and distant snow-capped mountains, and the campsites were primitive and weedy but hey it was free. I had ...
We went over some interesting roads and passes today, long, straight, and winding. As you can see from some of the pictures that we were at some high elevations and steep grades coming down. It was another good day, but a long one. I am sadden to say that our journey is ...
... br> Headed South today to be closer to Eugene for my flight home for the Queen to meet me and 5 miles from this great and cultivated land, I am back in the desert. Although not quite. Huge rolling hills cultivated to wheat and a great scale.
How can it change so quickly?
They talk of the high desert of Oregon, but I am only at 800 feet altitude.
Is this the state in the US with the most variety of climate, agriculture, geography ...