Holiday Inn Express Pendleton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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At 8am this morning I dragged myself out of bed; was it the late night or the 4 glasses of wine, not sure but I did sleep well last night. When we got all our stuff downstairs first of all the dogs started barking at me. We decided that they didn't want us to leave,
I checked my PC and it is working just fine. I guessed it slept well too after the glass of wine it drank!
In the Kitchen Nick was busy getting ...
Another really hot day, so we're looking forward to getting back to some cooler Oregon weather (at least we hope it will be!).
We're staying at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton and our room is on the 10th floor. Great view of the sunset.
Tomorrow, home sweet home. Bye for now.
... t necessarily comfortable with it, but decided she could try it if she had the seat from her bike. So we transferred seats, loaded up the car, and were about ready to leave when Ann got home with sandwiches from Subway for dinner to eat on the way. By 6 PM we were – “On the Road Again”.
Tomorrow, we’ll head to Burley where Ann and Dave will be left (high and dry) at a motel with only their bikes ...
... harvest and the vast number of crates waiting to be filled. We also noted Fiesta Foods a large Hispanic grocer chain doing a booming business. Even down south we don't have these stores. We crossed the Columbia River into Oregon and were impressed with the beautiful ranching areas. We finally ended up at Pendleton a delightful old west type town from the early 19th century that had quite a lot of industrial plants including its 1909 woolen mill.
... He also does bird carvings that are as good as any I've seen, and his wife draws and paints. We've met some really interested and talented people on our trip!
We spent our last morning there walking around and checking out the Oregon Trail exhibit they have. There's a spring in the park (the one it's named after) that was a very popular stop on the trail, and a big stone marker placed there to identify the location. It was ...