Rodeway Inn La Grande
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... after mile after mile of an irrigated hybrid poplar tree farm in the high desert -- apparently these hybrid trees make wonderful white hardwood lumber. And the vast wheat farms, also in the irrigated high desert, were in the process of being harvested -- doesn't the song "America, the Beautiful" say something about "Amber waves of grain"? We are staying in a small state park, only 19 RV ...
... and headed east for drier weather! We had a Rendezvous with Gary & Sherry from Nine Mile Falls WA at the Pendleton OR rest stop then continued east on I-84 and spent the night in-between LaGrande and Baker City OR. The temp here is colder but without the dampness. We plan to visit friends in Fruitland ID and Adrian OR tomorrow then on to Golden Spike in Promontory UTAH.
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... to go pick a wildflower to put as a centerpiece. Well, as I was looking for something to hold the flower, I found a candle! Perfect. I then lit the candle with some matches that I'd gotten a week before with Dylan from a restaurant called Kush. It was the most perfect meal. For desert, Scott really felt like making a peach cobbler, so we sort of experimented with what we could find. We crushed up some graham crackers, added a little honey, and an egg. We then added the fruits ...
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Some of our favorite places to stay so far on the trip have been state parks, so we decided to make an effort to find a few on our return trip, and Oregon has some good ones. We decided to try out Emigrant Spring State Park, and it was great. We pulled in and it felt like we were really out camping. We were able to have a campfire and s'mores, and there was a nice trail through the woods for some exercise. Our ...
... super nice to me and told me stories of their travels to the East Coast and filled me in on North Powder's history. The town was a water stop on the Oregon Trail, Suzie gave me a bottle of water that came from the same spring that the pioneers drank from. In its heyday, N. Powder swelled to a population of 10,000 during the gold rush days, today the census reports ...