Sleep Inn & Suites Redmond
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... They did their shopping and then, armed with some local knowledge we headed off. The original plan was to head for Burns, but we were told that the Central Oregon Highway 20 is boring.
Our local at the dealership suggested we get on Hwy 27 The Crooked River highway and head to Prineville. Wow, what a jewel, it was like being in an old western and we expected to be seeing Indians ...
... the beginning of the tree line that spread up into the hills. The further south we got the hotter it was, a swap from the jeans and jumper into shorts and tee was needed. Pretty happy to pull out the thongs too! We had a driver swap in a town called Weed and a bite to eat. Driving onwards through the city of Sacramento and shortly after Stockton where we stopped to make contact with Steph (who we may need to pick up from LA) and to have a quick ...
... are massive and you get a scarey feel just looking down to the bottom. We went to see a wood turner who makes sculptures out of wood by using a chain saw. It was quite impressive and we would love to bring some home but imagine getting them through customs. The town was all decked out with American flags lining the streets today and it did look good. It made me wish that we were more patriotic as it does make you ...
... bales sit waiting for livestock and some farmers in the state have been shipping excess to draught areas to save livestock. Corn is tall and green, bearded wheat with heads bowed is ready for harvest. In addition, onions are grown in big fields and rows are flooded in between each. Semis loaded with huge sweet onions passed frequently headed to packaging houses. We also saw large fields of another leafy veggie with shiny, deep, ...
... as a kid. The albums will continue to molder in the box.
Mark was famished and meat was the only solution, but what restaurant? We walked to town (he sort of hobbled), and found an Indian restaurant not crammed with tourists or hard drinking kids. I mean we were tourists and of course we were just jealous of those hard-drinking kids. At any rate, the food was terrific, the weather was perfect and walk back was spot on.