Econo Lodge Prineville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... his life, he screamed just inches from my face….”What the F….k did you do to my cat”?
Needless to say, I was a little confused. As Barney spat his hatred in my face, my mind raced to make sense of the situation before me. His cat? Big Thump? Quick Flash? Could these things possibly be related? Perhaps, but there were still so many unanswered pieces to the puzzle. I looked at him with a puzzled face and told him that I don’t understand ...
... wrong as this place could not be further from it's Indian namesake, seemed like the average age was 70 where everyone wears a baseball cap, not of their favorite sports team or college like the rest of the US but supporting their favorite motor oil?
We settled on lunch at an old friend "The Black Bear Diner". The food was good when it eventually arrived, our waitress who surely should have stopped working at least 10 years ...
I spent the better part of the last month out in Oregon, primarily on the coast, with my buddy Shane that I met last year in Ecuador. He is the type of individual that quickly establishes himself as a "life long buddy"....His friendship comes without stipulation, judgement, or pretense....Shane is a "you get what you see, take me as I am, genuine, fiercly loyal, buddy" and I consider myself fortunate to have ran across ...
... a mile above the camp. Lovely walk through pine forest, up to a ski field ( only about 4500 '), so it must get pretty cold. I keep forgetting how far north we are, & how completely surrounded in mountain ranges we are(all part of the Rockies). Left the campground aiming to find a way to see Hells Canyon. Down Washington 129, through the Rattle Snake Grades, (lots of very steep 'S' bends,) to the bottom, where we crossed the Grande Ronde ...
... off our feet, it was so cold, the views were beautiful and the place is over 100 years old, full of history, it is on the Oregon Trail, discovered by Lewis and Clark, who actually the came from the East Coast of USA and discovered Oregon. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers Country!! We then drove on to Multnomah Falls, we drove thru a tunnel and the scenery on the way was nothing short of beautiful, moss growing ...