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... We are shocked at the vast, vast amounts of endless, dry and deserted land. We pass three gas station/cafes which have all gone out of business and are crumbling to the ground in the desert. The fuel gauge on the truck grows uncomfortably close to “E”. Now I understand the long lines at the gas stations in Hines! As we crest the last rise and look down into the town of Bend, I assume that the combination of mass and acceleration will allow ...
... in the breeze. You turn on a two lane road, through the cinnamon-barked ponderosa pine and tamarack forests filtering sunlight. Not much underbrush in this forest, it feels like you can see for miles. Windows are rolled down to catch a whiff of the sweet, pungent aroma of pine sap released by the heat of the day. The air cools down the closer we get to the Metolious River, which ...
... migration was. We really enjoyed the experience. Back on Main street Baker City we found some nice little shops, a good coffee stop and in the local branch of the US Bank - in a wooden display cabinet - the Armstrong 5 pound gold nugget found in 1913 in the now ghost town of Susanville in Oregon. This is worth over $100,000 today and it didn't seem to be under any particular security! There was a nice little display to go with it and it was a pretty impressive lump of gold.
... and we had more good food than we could eat, played games and just had a great time with everyone. Jim and I are the only ones left here now and we will leave tomorrow.
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As always "Life is Good"
Jim & Kathy
... with copyright laws forming a contract between us that my top London Barrister of a daughter will enforce, all I have to do on my return is work out the cost of this trip add a small margin for my talents, divide that by the number of subscribers (yes I know who you all are) send the invoices out and Robert is my Father's brother. Job's a good'un. Trip paid for.
Many thanks to you all for sponsoring me.