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... cropping country with huge open fields as far as the eye could see!
This continued for ages until we crossed over the Cascade Range where we returned to natural forest, and encountered the first rain of our trip. The rain followed us all the way to Baker City where after driving about 770 kilometres we had all had enough! So we found a motel in the little town - only $75 tonight for the same facilities and had a ...
We continued our Northward journey home with a drive to historic Baker City, OR. The campground office itself has been designed to look like it might have 100+ years ago when the first settlers arrived on the Oregon Trail from the Eastern US. After our daily, happy hour snack and drink we setup the trailer ...
... about two hours drive time, we finally find signs. A wrong turn here and there, but we find it. Hooray! Two Colors, plus a bonus color free! Sweet campground! Tables, fire rings, lots of wood and an outhouse. Alas, the water is turned off for the season. No worries. I have about 10 liters in dromedary bags I filled at the tap at Grand Teton Brewery ( water, not beer). Wash water we can get from Eagle Creek and if need be I have a ...
The RV park at Boardman was lovely but that is about all Boardman has going for it. I can see now why Mike spent his free time in the pub when he work there just after we got married. In the campground Taylah and I climbed over the rocks at the edge of the Columbia River in order to paddle our feet but Taylah slipped on a wet rock and ending up slipping unceremoniously into the river. We had a laugh. That was her introduction to the mighty Columbia River. ...
... low 90s the remainder of the day dried out everything but our feet.
Miles today (total/super slab): 415/410
Temperatures (low/high): 58/95
Franchise restaurants: 0
Franchise motels: 0
States (today/total): WA, OR/WA, OR
Border crossings (today/total): 1/1
Answer to today's bonus question: Oregon and New Jersey are the only two states in the Union ...