McKenzie River Inn B&B and Cabins
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... have the second quarter for dessert after the pizza competition that we are going to try. More on that later... For the first time,in a long time we saw a sign saying elk crossing and actually saw elk! It looked like a farm, with all the males and females in separate herds, but there didn't seem to be any significant fences, so maybe they could roam. It did seem kind of staged. We finally found a spot in Bullards Beach State Park, right beside the Pacific ...
... see photos and video below. Darwin had never been there before and clearly was emoting, "This is the best place in the world!" after his first ever river swim. Breezy loved it as much as ever, also had a little swim. Today, I took my new'ish kayak on the nearest lake, Hills Creek Lake, for a few miles. Beautiful, warm sunny day, perfect for paddling in that blue-green water--more photos and videos below.
... left of us with wide open plains to the right with lots of cattle. Plenty of water today! The Lake had lots of Pelicans and I think Cranes. The railroad ran alongside the waters edge and in fact we and the railroad were side by side for much of today. We drove North on the 97 through forest areas, much more dense than yesterday. Miles and miles of it! We stopped at a rest area and came upon some chipmunks scampering about. The 97 was ...
... to have made it. She smiled desipite her delirium.
Since we finally made it, I’m sure everyone is anxious to hear the results on how the Emotional Aide Dog fared. The truth is, quite well. He was accepted at every hotel without question (although once they took a copy of his ID). He was rejected from Carlsbad Caverns and from the pizza restaurant in Anaheim (but allowed on the patio). He isn’t ...
... to eastern Oregon and transporting wool from the east to the Willamette Valley woolen mills. The wagon road became obsolete in the late 1930's(!) as a result of a new road through McKenzie Pass and a railroad from the Columbia River into central Oregon. U.S. Route 20 was constructed across much of the same route as the Santiam Wagon Road.
The city business district is laid out along U.S. 20 for about a mile. Heading east a short ways we find ...