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We both stayed here for a friends wedding earlier in the summer and loved it, so decided to give it another go after a little stretch of driving seemed to put us almost perfectly here. Liked it so much we thought we'd start the trip off right and relax a little extra here before taking off again. Don't know if the rain stopped in ...
We went in to Pendleton to the Pendleton Outlet Mill. There were some beautiful clothes and blankets. Found a nice place for a good salad for lunch and wandered around town. It's a nice town that Sita down in a valley off interstate 84.
Day 22 and Shadow continues to voice his unhappiness with riding in the car. Both cats go in to hiding, as much as they can hike in the box, as soon as they hear Mike cranking up the trailer ...
... br> As we started thinking about where we would head the following day, Jim made a small discovery. While trying to find a suitable place to stay, we had gone too far East on 84 to make the turn North . Not too far, but could have done without the backtrack. Guess that's what happens when you really have no set plan on where you are going..... lol. But then where would the fun be????
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Jessica and I sat on the tailgate of the van protected from the spurts of drizzle by the door opened above us. We ate soup prepared via the camp stove and watched a fire that I built.
Fri 22nd June.
Got up at 8am, had breakfast and then headed off back up the I-84 until we reached I-82 at Hermiston and crossed the river into Washington state. Once over the river, we got on the more scenic Hwy 14 and were able to slow down and take in all the sights. We were now driving alongside an impressive stretch of the Columbia River. That is, the second largest river in North America, starting in northern ...