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... have been hauling onions past our campground! They look just like the potato trucks back east.
In the morning (Sept 30) we toured the Vale murals. We have discovered that enterprising towns find something to make themselves unique. between 1994 and 2012, A number of artists have painted murals on the sides of buildings that have depicted some aspect of ...
... we rode out of the wilderness area and into more open farming country. After passing through Kooskia and Stites, I took a backroad as suggested in the adventure cycling map. But, wow! This backroad turned out to be up a massive hill that was quite steep in places. Around midday, while the smoke haze hung around me, I had to resort to a bit of walking and pushing again.
I had a big drink break in Grangeville then turned onto route 95 before ...
... weekend begins in a lovely field on the grounds of the former Intermountain Institute where Casey immediately spies a raptor and then becomes entranced by a barn owl in a tree. We find ourselves lying on the lawn with binoculars looking into the tree and making new friends. Then we remember that the Banjo contest is the reason we are here, so we head over to the lawn venue where the contest begins with an introduction of the judges.
... to my eyes. And again, miles upon miles of snow fences sheltering the Interstate in wintertime.
** Also again, miles of freight trains. I'll try to amend a photo snapped at a rest stop do two trains passing under the high brow of an impressive cliff/bluff. Silly but true......LOVED the trains.
** East of Salt Lake City, the land was grayish-brown with sagebrush, a dry, endless high desert, spotted all over with small oil wells (a tank + ...
... it was about 4 PM) and the water looked very inviting.
From here we had another short (3 mile) jaunt on the interstate until getting on Oregon route 201, which would take us into Ontario (in another 30 miles). The road is lightly used and follows the Snake River for a while before crossing some rolling hills and descending into the valley where Ontario is located. Dennis decided to ride ahead as the day was getting away ...