Rodeway Inn La Grande
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... He had been a respected Indian agent, a successful businessman, and had been appointed Governor of the Missouri Territory.
And there you have the rest of the story.
I hope everyone is well. We will be home in early August as we are stopping along the way in Salt Lake City, Denver and who knows where else.
I will keep you posted as to our whereabouts.
... 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 be one of the most delicious meals. I am in awe of Scott all of the time. What a sweet gentle funny smart talented man. I love him with all of my heart. Anyhow as he was finishing up grilling the chicken, I tried to put together some ingredients to make a desert. Between sneaking little bites of the oyster crackers, I found frozen berries. So I thought that we could bake those in another little skillet outside along with some canned peaches that we found. FoI set the table and ...
After a million gazillion things that could have gone wrong that did, we made it out of the LG! A four and a half hour drive ahead of us to get to our hotel in Portland to stay for the night! (Special shoutout to Jen for letting us use her car!!!!). THE ADVENTURE ...
... He also does bird carvings that are as good as any I've seen, and his wife draws and paints. We've met some really interested and talented people on our trip!
We spent our last morning there walking around and checking out the Oregon Trail exhibit they have. There's a spring in the park (the one it's named after) that was a very popular stop on the trail, and a big stone marker placed there to identify the location. It was ...