Pine Ridge Inn
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up at about 630 in the morning and it was cold yet again. It turns out
the windows in the upstairs loft that we could not access appeared to be open.
But with some warm blankets and sharing body heat, we managed to stay
warm enough. We packed all our stuff up, checked out of the hotel and
made our way north via US-97 …
We took off this morning under bright blue skies and in temperate weather. It appears as though the cold and rainy snap of last week (something even the Canadians complained about) has passed and we are back to the beauty of the last delicious days of summer. We spent the early part of the day on Tribal lands of the Yakima and Warm Springs Nations …
... of the two lane road one each way had sheer drops on either side. The for the rest of the way to Bend it was one continuous very long straight road very boring. Bend was a surprise looks affluent. We had dinner at The Pine Tavern by a lake very in area [I paid !!! ] Reg has nothing to add he is busy with his maps!!!!!!!!
We are staying at the Thousand Trail just south of Bend. I haven't been here for probably 15 years. Pat and I have stayed here at least 3 times, it was one of our favorites. I am going to be leaving my friends Lu and Terri here in the am. I've been diverted to Grants Pass, because Betty, Pat's sister is there and is ill. I need to check on her, she is 93 and more fragile with the aging process. So Jake and ...
... to explore and walked thru Bend and the very nice park on the river where ducks and geese were busy swimming and eating. Bend reminded us of the town of St Helena in the Napa Valley. After a very long day, we decided to order pizza for dinner and found a great place called Abby's Pizza that delivered. Done. One phone call and 30 minutes later, dinner was at the door.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
The Inn rooms overlook the Deschutes River, where people kayak and drift downstream all day on inner tubes and similar floating devices. The service is friendly, the fresh-cooked breakfasts inventive. We loved it!
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