Rodeway Inn Ontario
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... to my eyes. And again, miles upon miles of snow fences sheltering the Interstate in wintertime.
** Also again, miles of freight trains. I'll try to amend a photo snapped at a rest stop do two trains passing under the high brow of an impressive cliff/bluff. Silly but true......LOVED the trains.
** East of Salt Lake City, the land was grayish-brown with sagebrush, a dry, endless high desert, spotted all over with small oil wells (a tank + ...
... it is isn't the towns so much as the geography. It is the place where the Snake River bends north. On the Oregon Trail it was a scary spot. The Snake River was the marker for hundreds of miles across Idaho's plain. Now it bends away from the intended destination for Oregon Trailers of the lush Willamette Valley. Without the trusty river people on the old trail had no sure water source for their oxen and horses and the land surrounding the Snake is drier than dry. ...
... prior commitments......work. Oh I hate that word.
So we arrived safely in Fruitland, Idaho at the Neat Retreat RV Park around 7:00 PM Mountain Time which is an hour ahead of Oak Harbor. We hit some traffic around Seattle and some rain in various spots. Overall a good trip so far. Some stops were made for gas and food and weak bladders and gas again. Tomorrow we only travel about 6 hours.
OK mom, how is that?
... worked our way back down Interstate 84 to the sage brush plains, the section of the trail before they crossed the mountains. The Park Ranger at the Interpretive Center told us we could walk on the original trail. So we did. With not another soul in sight.
We crossed over into Mountain Time with some wonderful scenery along the way. We are staying in Ontario, Oregon, right on the Idaho border formed by the Snake River. ...
... it was about 4 PM) and the water looked very inviting.
From here we had another short (3 mile) jaunt on the interstate until getting on Oregon route 201, which would take us into Ontario (in another 30 miles). The road is lightly used and follows the Snake River for a while before crossing some rolling hills and descending into the valley where Ontario is located. Dennis decided to ride ahead as the day was getting away ...