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... of the most interesting planes was a Boeing Airliner that carried passengers and mail... it had a single radial engine up front... the passengers (3 or 4) sat in an enclosed cabin, and the pilot sat outside the plane... and the baggage compartment for the mail was in the rear of the fuselage... it’s the longest flying plane of it kind and resets the record for this plane every time it’s taken out and flown... As it’s ...
... River, Deschutes, Willamette River, John Day River, Upper Kamath Lake
current population: 3.93 million
total amount of square miles: 98,386
- traveled about 3 hours.
- got gas for $31.16
- slept in the ...
We continued our Northward journey home with a drive to historic Baker City, OR. The campground office itself has been designed to look like it might have 100+ years ago when the first settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail from the Eastern US. After our daily, happy hour snack and drink we setup the trailer ...
... 8217;s at high elevation and 40’s in the valleys, and strange looking men with weapons along the way. Not ideal motorcycle (or car) conditions and no time to take it easy. Away we went.
After the boat trip, 2 hours drive to Baker City, OR motel, arriving just before dark and getting cool. Beautiful drive. Nice room, great food and Pinot Noir. The sun was shining so off for more adventures tomorrow.
Staying a couple of nights in bucolic Union, Oregon visiting Brenda's brother, Bob. Had a nice, warm run this morning passing herds of Angus burgers on the hoof and were accompanied by a very large and friendly Malumut for most of the way. A small rodeo was in it's last day at the stock yards. Saw a couple of cowboys get bucked silly. Off to Boise tomorrow for more family ...