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... lavas that created the other layers. Fascinating stuff.
It was 5:30 before we finished the last trail, so we hightailed it the 50 miles west through the Ochoco National Forest to Prineville.
Dinner was a Panda Chinese tonight. We are bushed.
**Englishmen (and me too) go out in the midday sun because you can see awesome colors in the rocks!
... lions. All honking and barking at each other in the bid to make more room for themselves. It was great to watch them and we stayed for a while.
Then the clock in our heads starts ticking and we knew it was time to move on.
We found the bridge and yes it was long. Very long! 4.1 miles long to be precise and when you see the bridge to start with, you only see the huge steel section that is very high. Then you notice the long long road bit in the middle which is very ...
... Captain America: The Winter Soldier.' I enjoyed it :). By the time I got back to the roomette, the attendant had set up the beds and Jess was already tucked away on the bottom bunk, so I had to contort my way up onto the top bunk.
The bed itself is 60cm wide (I checked), and after you manage to propel yourself up using the little steps squished into the side of the roomette, it is then your challenge to get into the bed (and not fall out). The sheets ...
... 81 as Barney followed. When I stopped, I watched Barney from my mirror as he put down his coffee and made his approach to the RV. He looked reasonable and calm and this made me feel OK about the encounter that was coming. Now, keep in mind that our RV is towing a geo tracker. So as Barney left his cruiser he first had to pass the tracker before reaching the back of the RV. From my mirror I could see his casual stroll turn into something much different. His face changed and ...
... in no rush, and to be fair neither were we.
We spent the time afforded to us at lunch to plan where we would be pitching our tent tonight. We decided on the "Ochoco Reservoir State Park" a further 50 miles east. This would turn out to be both our cheapest night of the trip so far and our hardest (It's true you do get what you pay for people). Although it's hard to complain at $16 for a campsite, it did in real terms ...
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