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... Before I had time scan any further for evidence of my road kill, I looked up only to see life getting worse fast. In a residential driveway at the very start of the one stop light town of Stanley was a cop with a radar gun. The whole hitting an unknown object thing had distracted me from my original task of slowing down for the speed trap. As I later learned, I crossed his radar beam doing 61 MPH in a 40 MPH zone. Now speeding is really not that big a deal in Oregon ...
... 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.
I spent the better part of the last month out in Oregon, primarily on the coast, with my buddy Shane that I met last year in Ecuador. He is the type of individual that quickly establishes himself as a "life long buddy"....His friendship comes without stipulation, judgement, or pretense....Shane is a "you get what you see, take me as I am, genuine, fiercly loyal, buddy" and I consider myself fortunate to have ran across ...
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 ...
... our feet, it was so cold, the views were beautiful and the place is over 100 years old, full of history, it is on the Oregon Trail, discovered by Lewis and Clark, who actually the came from the East Coast of USA and discovered Oregon. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers Country!!
We then drove on to Multnomah Falls, we drove thru a tunnel and the scenery on the way was nothing short of beautiful, moss growing on the ...
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1475 NE 3rd Street, Prineville | Hotelfrom $89