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... It is also interesting that US drivers can actually managed to keep to the right and leave the overtaking lane clear. The diversity of terrain experienced during the trip was really surprising, from deep gorges and wide rivers seemingly appearing out of know-where. Unlike home where kangaroos seem to be the popular road kill to be observed, here it had been deer or elk as i cant actually tell the difference and a ...
... but they won't accept anything other than US ID. Rich does a great job of complaining to customer services, who finally, after asking three other people, key in Rich's date of birth and sell us the beers. We will need them later as its absolutely boiling here. We have seen quite a few large people in the shop. Emma spied another extremely large lady in a mobility scooter on the way out, Dylan frightens the life out of Emma. He loudly asks ...
Tonight I feel very fatigued in spirit. Is it because I haven't fully rested up from the hot 90 miles yesterday? Or because of a bit of letdown as we approach the end of the ride? I don't know, but I'm sure tired tonight!
We woke up to more sunny skies, and a mild low 60s temperature. But we knew it would get hot later on, so we rode away from our motel at about 8 am. ...
... on board, which is almost a first for me and I may have discovered a new vocation! John rested, iced the knee, took meds, and was most cooperative all day long. He may have remembered that (as some of you that have known me for years must remember also) my marriage long theory has been that 24 hours is enough for ANYONE (but me) to be sick and you best be putting on your happy face at about the 23 hour mile marker. After that you are on ...
... plains. We could see distant mountains’ lining both sides of what we think is the Snake River Valley. It was still VERY windy but the temperature was finally up to a balmy 68 degrees! Our elevation at one point was 3,160 feet.
When we reached the town of Glenn’s Ferry, we stopped to go to Three Island State Park and another Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. Known in later years as Three Island Crossing, the Oregon Trail ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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