Rodeo City Inn
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Saturday: I got an early start as I couldn't sleep anyway, so I figured I'd put on some serious miles on my first day ... and I did ... 486 of them. Fortunately, traffic wasn't too bad along the I-5 in Washington, except for about 20 miles of road construction an hour out of Bellevue. That was slow going but after that it was just steady, serious driving, (although, we did take advantage of rest ...
... painted on the walls of turn-of-the-century buildings.
Pendleton has an underground and you can get a guided tour, but I think we will pass. The tour also takes you to the Working Girls Hotel, which was a brothel - one of 18 in town that made Pendleton famous, along with bootlegging, from the 1880's to the 1960's.
There are old light posts with hanging flowering pots, and the buildings are all well kept. It is obvious that ...
... this cool looking canyon with a railroad down some smaller canyon. I can see in front of me what at first strikes me as strange clouds but I quickly figure out they aren't clouds, at least not real clouds. They are steam coming from somewhere that appears to be hidden from the road. This must be a big operation because this is a lot of steam! I end up finding a sign indicating that this is a coal fired power plant. This explains the steam but at ...
... what a great meal Too.
He cleaned the dishes too!
After Breakfast Talita called Johnny and we met at the local grocery store and headed for a couple of good areas to pick fresh wild blackberries. We must have picked $20.00 worth of these little gems. Blackberries grow wild in this part of Washington. It's a little early in the season, but there were still a lot to pick. Nick and Talita have a few of these ...
... at a farmer's market and stocked up, corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, prunes, melon. The last stretch along East Historic Columbia River Highway to Cascade Locks was slow going. A lot of other people had decided to visit on this Labor Day, and covering a distance of one mile took 45 minutes. I believe the crowds will soon be gone, so I can go back and watch the sights and beautiful view of the Columbia River in relative peace. ...