Oxford Suites Hermiston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... what a great meal Too.
He cleaned the dishes too!
After Breakfast Talita called Johnny and we met at the local grocery store and headed for a couple of good areas to pick fresh wild blackberries. We must have picked $20.00 worth of these little gems. Blackberries grow wild in this part of Washington. It's a little early in the season, but there were still a lot to pick. Nick and Talita have a few of these ...
... see which is better. It looked like the storm would be around for a while, so we didn’t wait it out to see if there would be interesting light as the storm cleared.
Kennewick was less than 2 hours from the falls, and on the way we asked the girls what they wanted to eat. A again said that Arby’s was first on the list, which we again vetoed. Outback was second on the list, and we decided that ...
Another really hot day, so we're looking forward to getting back to some cooler Oregon weather (at least we hope it will be!).
We're staying at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton and our room is on the 10th floor. Great view of the sunset.
Tomorrow, home sweet home. Bye for now.
... harvest and the vast number of crates waiting to be filled. We also noted Fiesta Foods a large Hispanic grocer chain doing a booming business. Even down south we don't have these stores. We crossed the Columbia River into Oregon and were impressed with the beautiful ranching areas. We finally ended up at Pendleton a delightful old west type town from the early 19th century that had quite a lot of industrial plants including its 1909 woolen mill.
... local changes in the distant past, climate fluctuations, mass extinctions, and life forms new to science. Information found here reveals clues to our present and a glimpse of what our future could hold.”
Looking at the pictures of these hills, it’s hard to imagine that forty-four million years ago, this area was a “wet, lush, semi-tropical forest with many vines and creepers.” Evidence of 300 plant ...