Indianhead Motel & RV Park
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... land into vast hayfields and grasslands that they hay. Hay bales were mounded in enormous piles for a hundred miles through NW Utah & SW Idaho.
So that's about it. Thanks for sticking with me. Now I shall attempt the photo attachment process. The weather in NH looks absolutely glorious, and we think of our friends and family back there while looking forward to our friends & family ahead by one more day of driving. Love,
... cold water of the Columbia which bent south from Canada for the occasion. They dance west together (as the Columbia) for 400 miles toward the port city of Astoria where they empty into the frigid Pacific Ocean. We woke up in Arco to a tent being heated by the sun like an oven. After enjoying waffles in the KOA house, we broke camp and headed west and south across 19 miles of lava flows to Craters of the Moon National Monument. It is one of our favorite places and the ...
... prior commitments......work. Oh I hate that word.
So we arrived safely in Fruitland, Idaho at the Neat Retreat RV Park around 7:00 PM Mountain Time which is an hour ahead of Oak Harbor. We hit some traffic around Seattle and some rain in various spots. Overall a good trip so far. Some stops were made for gas and food and weak bladders and gas again. Tomorrow we only travel about 6 hours.
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"The Cattle Drive" is a concrete creation by local Pendleton, Oregon artist Michael Booth. What better way to let folks know that this is a cattle and rodeo town? The Round-Up each September is the highlight and we only wish we could be around to see it.
We followed the original Oregon Trail, only backwards. We saw the area where the emigrants crossed the Blue Mountains headed for Oregon City, the last leg of the ...
... property. We were a few minutes early for the exhibits to open but waited and took a tour. The center is a unique interpretive center on the Oregon Trail, owned and operated by the people now known as the Cayuse, Umatilla, and the Walla Walla Tribes. The folks that work at the Center were very nice to us, and we took a quick overview of the center which was very well done. Tamastslikt is the native language term meaning to interpret—literally to turn something over ...