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... purchased last night at the Walmart. Lunch is delicious and it is a lovely spot for some pictures of the landscape. By the time we get back into the car it is almost 3:00 and our new ETA in Boise is 9:02… We still have 6 hours ahead of us.
Heidi sets her music to the sound system of the car and we listen to Blake Shelton as the miles pass under us. The landscape becomes quite mundane and uninteresting. The mountains are off in the distance to ...
... on highway 84, take the scenic highway 30 drive. Only 6 miles but cool little town and great scenery.
Pic 5 - The Dalles West: From the lookout facing west.
Pic 6 - The Dalles East: From the lookout facing east.
Pic 7 -Lunch!: Rufus, OR. The land of a thousand windmills. Met couple of older bikers, yes older then me. They are returning from Sturgis. They asked my route and then said "just when you think you are ...
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Tomorrow we depart for Costa Rica! Sean and I are very excited to make this first trip to Central America, especially after almost 2 years of preparation for this vacation. The students have worked extremely hard throughout the last school year to raise funds for the trip (we sold a LOT of pizza!), and we're all eager to finally set foot upon Costa Rican soil. Our flight departs Boise tomorrow at 6:30 ...
... the day with a short drive from our campground to Promontory Summit, Utah, where we saw the connecting point of the Union Pacific Railroad and the Central Pacific Railroad, where, in 1869, the first transcontinental railroad was completed. It seemed pretty special to stand where history was made a little more than 140 years ago. In addition to the site itself, there are replicas of the two engines that met and brought the dignitaries for the ceremony. The park ranger told us ...
... stopped to find the local drive-in theatre, but it wasn't open until the weekend so we parked up and made some dinner. Whilst there, 3 deer wandered across the field like we weren't even there, munching away on the grass. After dinner we got back on the freeway to the next rest area called Deadmans Pass, had a look at a viewpoint and then settled in for the night, finishing off another series of Hustle.