Red Lion Hotel Pendleton
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- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... At the moment there are thousands of bikers in town wit huge bikes. I am being called now. I am standing them a meal ou to say thank you. Well we had a lovely meal and I was delighted Bob and Mary Lou came too. He some operator and we swopped tall stories and insults. Larry and Dorothy joined in the yarns too and it was a very pleasant evening. As usual here we met early and finished early. It is only 9.30 now and ...
... for a drive then picking up Bob on the way. The trip was more interesting to them I feel as we visited many places where they used to fish and play when young and are now mainly industrial sites. They showed me a gigantic forest area where they grow 7.5 million trees all the same type in dead straight lines on 25,000 acres of land all irrigated. Some operation. We had a bit of ...
... the summit of the Blue Mountains, by a spring where emigrants on the Oregon Trail would spend the night. There is an old Conestoga wagon in the park, honoring all those who traveled Westward for a better life. The Oregon Trail was a 2,200-mile historic east-west large wheeled wagon route and emigrant trail that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. From the mid-1820s (and particularly ...
... all, that's what I'm here for! This doughnut is so fresh, it is still warm and man is it amazing. I said I would have one doughnut but since the first one was free, it doesn't count! I get a chocolate doughnut as "MY" doughnut. It's good but it doesn't hold a candle to the fresh doughnut. I've had Krispy Kreme donuts before but never a fresh one. What a difference! I'm glad I stopped for a doughnut and especially at this place. Other than the ...
... 30 they also arrived and we began final preparations. This meant determining that Rachel’s cartop carrier wasn’t really a bike carrier, just bars on top of the roof. That wasn’t going to work for bringing 4 bikes. (Lea and Gayle had both been planning to bring their bikes – not to really ride with us - just to do some riding along the way.) Gayle’s bike, without a top bar, wasn’t going fit on ...