Travel Blogs from Prineville
... attached video). Could not be bothered to cook anything good so went for the old classic hot dog over the campfire dinner. Then off to bed. Word of warning friends although it's hot when you go to bed in the desert, it get ******* cold quick. Sleeping in my Tshirt and shorts was not a smart move.
Side Note: I found my phone woo hoo. It was of course wrapped up in the Tent which explains why I could not find it for a week.
... of others! And literally every junction off the highway (every mile nearly) has a sign for a subway and a McDonald's! That's pretty much like having a subway in Wrenthorpe, Alverthorpe, outwood and Kirkhamgate and in every village! It crazy! Well that's our two days of eating rubbish done! Back to the hostels to props and cooking beans on toast! So we are at the Econo Lodge tonight (this ones got a fridge) heading for Quinault rainforest tomorrow! Hopefully il have a lot to ...
... trails in the area (VERY dog friendly area!!) so Ubu bounded throughout the area. Periodically he blew by us on the trail while routing birds out of the grasses, pretty funny to watch!
After a nice hike we made a big Sunday dinner to feast on, Pork chops with onions and apples, squash, potatoes and pumpkin pie....mmmmm nice fall dinner!
The ride into Prineville was nice and smooth. The scenery went from tall pines, an assortment of trees and snow to the high desert. The road was flat and straight all day; then right before town was a Sharp left, followed by a curving descent into the small cowboy town sitting in the valley. We camped out the night and were back on the road in the ...
As we were driving home from Crater Lake National Park, Jim admitted to me that at first he thought this would be "just another lake". In fact, we may not have gone to see it at all if it weren't designated a national park. ...
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Other places to stay in Prineville
1475 NE 3rd Street, Prineville | Hotelfrom $89