Condon Motel

Address: 216 North Washington Street, Condon, Oregon, 97823, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 216 North Washington Street, Condon.
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    Travel Blogs from Condon

    Day 48 - Seven Waterfalls & a Log Jam

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 10, 2015

    72 photos

    ... we noticed it was pretty windy. I guess it is normal around here to get a lot of wind. It just seems to whip up the river, through the gorge all the time. We did have to spend a little time on the Interstate I-84 before it split off to Historic Route 30. First stop was a place called Rowena Crest. It was a steep ride up a bunch of switchbacks to the top of the local mountain. The view of the gorge was beautiful and we took a bunch ...

    Day 47 - Motorcycle Service & Discovery Center

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... else out. They could do the oil & filter, and the rear axle oil, but the coolant change would just take too long, so I decided to wait until I got back to Orlando. The bike checked out great, and by 1:00 I was out of there and ready to go.
    I talked to the service manager for a while, because the dealership was nothing like what we have in Orlando. There were practically no street bikes, a couple of dual-sports, and ...

    Day 46 - Who Goes To the Beach at 61 Degrees?

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 08, 2015

    26 photos

    ... on US-101S this morning, and it really is a wonderful road to travel.  The Pacific Ocean is sometimes visible, or what passes for the Pacific Ocean in the Northwest.  It's really mostly mud, marsh, and salt water river incursions.  As you get a little further south into Oregon, it is more the typical rocky coast, or sandy beach.  We passed through several little coastal towns along the way.  They are all a little different, some are logging towns, others ...

    Life on the Ranch...

    A travel blog entry by roadtrip101 on Jul 30, 2010

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... so cool! They are taking their daughter to college there, so they are kind of on a road trip of their own.
    Anyway, we were getting ready for riding, and they gave us cowboy boots and a cowboy hat to wear. The guy that was taking us out was called Brian and was a real cowboy - he had spurs and everything!
    The horses were lead up to a ramp, and we walked up to get on the horse. Tiff says she got on the horse and was just waiting for it ...

    Fossil to Prairie City and back

    A travel blog entry by jutkk on Feb 29, 2008

    ... site of Thomas Orchards near the border of Wheeler and Grant counties. After passing through Picture Gorge, the south fork departs at the town of Dayville. Then its up the solitary middle fork through Mount Vernon to the city of John Day. Prairie City is only 14 miles up towards the mountains further east. One of my favorite drives, a great ...