Econo Lodge Prineville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We were up, showered, packed. fed and on the road by 7:30 this morning.
We knew we wanted to work our way through two of the three units of the John Day Fossil Beds today.
We backtracked north through the Canyon Creek burn area to the town of John Day and then turned west, travelling through high desert cattle country.
By 10:00 we were …
... also bought a book - State by State it's called. Its a collection of 52 stories, each one written about one of the 52 States in America. You will have to ask him if it is any good.
Day 3 - Saturday 12th September
Today we didn't do a huge amount. After we left the campsite (as quick as we could as the smell of dog poo wasn't very nice - for some reason they put the tent section in the dog walking area!!!) and made our way along the road. In the rush to leave we ...
... 8220; Could you please repeat it”? I pleaded. Instead he hitched his hand to my collar and dragged me further toward the back of my RV. It was here that the pieces of the puzzle aligned themselves.
It was a morbid scene that I hesitate to describe in detail. It suffices to say that the flash was named Cattie Christine. I learned this later from Barney. Cattie Christine had never appeared in my mirror following the thump because she did not remain ...
We said farewell to our luxury cabin today and hit the road hard, heading 200 miles east into central Oregon. With nowhere planned to stay the night we decided to see how far along highway 20 we could get before settling on accommodation. The first part of the drive took us further along the Columbia river gorge before heading south east to drive past Mt. Hood. After climbing 5000 feet we started our descent into the middle of ...
... work not to try and bushwhack off the Hwy. or I'd likely get into trouble. Luckily in Mitchell I met Daniel from Germany he was traveling west on the TransAm route and had almost completed his transcontinental journey. He advised me to push on to Dayville and stay at the Presbyterian Church there. The church has been providing shelter and amenities to traveling cyclist since the inception of the TransAm route ...