Quality Inn & Suites Goldendale
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We awoke to another dazzling sunlit morning. We had a short look around Prineville to see if we wanted to hang around here a bit (no) and then headed north.
Today we backtracked east about 50 miles because we wanted to see the third unit of the John Day Fossil National Monument, the Clarno Unit.
The towering rock formations …
... landscape changes again, taking on a desert like appearance. Dried sagebrush covering undulating hills which surround the Columbian River. The river itself is a shiny clear blue, with hardly a ripple. Huge dams punctuate the river at intervals keeping the water flat and still. Just past Rufus we drove through smoke from a forest fire, the hills that surround the road are blackened by fire. As we get close to our destination the landscape changes again. Huge harvested ...
... on the signs...I'm soon going to need tri-focals to keep up with all the co-pilot duties...by the way, Ron is doing all the driving as we have determined that, even though we do occasionally get lost, I am better at co-piloting than he is and he handles the stress if the driving better than I do. So, in the meantime, the Ranger here helped me tape up the many rips on our map because, as an RVer himself, he knows that trying to get into the information ...
... We have arranged to have a RV repair guy come to the RV park tomorrow in Prosser. I called the RV park they gave me his name. Apparently this is not an usual problem and he got information on what we have so he can have the right parts.
The dogs are doing well and have recovered from the stress reducing RX we gave them. We will use it only when it is absolutely necessary as we don't like to get our stoned.
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Day 49 of Circumnavigation
Miles Driven - 140
Total Miles of Circumnavigation - 1222
Ananda Laurelwood, Gaston, Oregon to Deschutes River State Rec Area
For the past 9 months, we have been ...