Rodeway Inn Ontario
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... back road up another longish hill. When we crested this hill the sight in front of us was so different. All the hills and slopes were totally barren.
When we arrived at White Bird I had dinner at a diner and asked a few locals why the area's so barren. They said that it was because it was so hot and dry in summer that tree growth can only be seen occasionally on the northern slopes! After dinner I made camp in the town centre park which was free ...
... not irrigated and very desolate looking. The dry grass mountain slopes and sagebrush made us think we were back in Arizona! When we got to the state park we were delighted -- it was like an oasis in the desert. Green grass, green trees, and beautiful blue water! The park is located on the Oregon-Idaho border in a desert setting on the banks of the Snake River's Brownlee Reservoir. ...
On our way to Portland, on the Oregon Trail, basically, & we stopped at Craters of the Moon Nat'l Park. What a cool place to stop! http://www.nps.gov/crmo/index.htm We'll post pics when we can. This is the best wi-fi we've had since Sioux Falls. It's been like dial-up in most of the places we've ...
- What do a hand grenade and a banjo have in common? Once you hear either one, it is too late.
- What is the difference between a banjo and a chain saw? You can tune a chainsaw.
- Why does everyone hate a banjo right off? It saves time.
- What do you say to the banjo player in the three piece suit? Will the defendant please rise.
- Why is it so difficult to play Banjo with a Canadian Banjo Player? They always play in ...
... into the ground + sometimes a small solar panel maybe to run the underground we'll pump). In this dry desert I-84 traverses two passes at 7324 feet and 7454 feet -- high country! Also here are high plateaus and mesas of sedimentary rock clothed in scrubby juniper & cedar (?): colorful rock layers and splotches of dull green vegetation.
** A couple of magpies, 4 hawks hunting, 3 small antelope herds. Not much wildlife along the Interstate that we ...