The Weinhard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... airport at 5am to fuel and be up by 6am, with a sunrise of 7.30am. That plan came to a grinding halt when I found the plane had quite a layer of frost all over it. I don't have a lot of experience in ice conditions, but I knew that was pretty much bad. So once fuelled it took me another hour and a half to slowly get all the ice off with buckets of warm water retrieved from the airport bathroom and then ...
... sell interesting assortments of old antiques /junque on consignment. Lewis and Clark camped overnight in Dayton in May 1806 on their return trip back from the Pacific coast. There is a sculpture park that demonstrates what the campsite looked like, and represents each person in the explorers' party, right down to the dogs and Sacagawea's (sp?) toddler son, with the flamboyant name of Pompy ...
... itself. We're camping about three miles south of town. Starbuck itself, has seen better days, but still sports the Rawhide Bar and Grill. We stopped there and got an ice cream bar for our dessert.
We had rain on our trip, but the temperature was in the eighties, so the moisture didn't do much for this arid ground. It' a great place for a hearty grass fire.
Back in camp we relaxed and did such as this. Thanks again for stopping by...
... very high prices. There was also a prison display as the Washington state prison is located here. We then travel to Sacajawea State Park where the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers meet. This is where Lewis and Clark saw the Columbia river that was very clean and had incredible numbers of salmon in the river. We were able to make a third stop at a overlook of the Columbia river, it was difficult to find, but we basically stumbled upon it, this was uninspiring and it was ...
... The last surviving Boldman daughter left the home to the city of Dayton. The home has been totally restored and all the belongings kept in place. These folks didn't throw anything away and was a true time capsule, much like the Chinese store in John Day. Also, in Dayton, we visited a brew pub and had lunch and sampled some local brews. At the pub we met some folks who had lived in Alaska and they provided some great tips for our travels.
Signing out, ...