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... actually that all makes it much better.
Anyhow, our site was great and we hunkered down for the evening in the pouring rain after planning. We were so happy to be in our warm, dry Scamp and out of the wet rain. Luckily, the temperatures stayed close to 50 for our entire stay. We spent a full day driving around the park. There are only two main roads so it was not difficult to cover the whole drive in one day. I have to start by ...
On the fourth day of our trek, we came across a road which led to a small town called Trout Lake. We had heard about its famous huckleberry milkshakes and couldn't resist a stop. We hitched into town in the back of a truck and along with the milkshake, took down burgers, fries, huckleberry pie, huckleberry icecream and coffee. It was other-worldly, an amazing change from dehydrated potato and porridge.
Our last ...
... Since I came to that realization, I have been buying lightweight camping gear in the hopes that I’ll find that perfect balance between weight and having enough stuff to get
through a couple of days in the woods. This lightweight stuff has been piling up unused over the past few years. This was the week that I loaded it all up and took it for a test run.Testing your gear 30 miles from the nearest main road and on a mountain trail going 8 miles in is probably ...
... calls itself the catfish capital of Oregon, but they probably don't have too much competition. After stocking up, we were off into the golden hills above the Snake River. In each valley the temp soared to the high 90's. A railroad accompanied us across the treeless hills. Soon we reached the town of LaGrande where we stopped for fuel and for a rest. We had a big lunch at Denny's and called home using the free wifi. Northwest of here the hills get wetter and Douglas firs command ...
... Jackie who sits like Ronnie Corbett in a chair to watch them we watch them for quite some time until they fade over the hill Jackie goes back to bed and 20 minutes later 5 more come right up close to the cabin to feed,a extraordinary sight the like of which we have never seen before,I go to rewake Jackie who was already awake and said she opened her eyes to the sight of an elk grazing outside the bedroom window we watch them again until they make there way over into the next ...