Rodeo City Inn
Travel Blogs from Pendleton
Another really hot day, so we're looking forward to getting back to some cooler Oregon weather (at least we hope it will be!).
We're staying at the Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton and our room is on the 10th floor. Great view of the sunset.
Tomorrow, home sweet home. Bye for now.
... unfortunately, Ken has to work) and meet us at Massacre Rocks State Park for lunch. From there we’ll see how close we get to Pocatello before we “run out of gas”. (It’s 80 miles from Burley to Pocatello, which is farther than any ride we’ve done this year.) The forecast is for strong west winds (10-20 mph), so we are hopeful that will help us “sail” all the way to Ken and Krys’ ...
We left Seattle around mid day on Thursday and traveled east on 90 hoping to go all the way to Coeur D'Alene. After being unable to get to Snoqualmie Falls due to lack of parking and huge crowds, we then found out 90 was under heavy construction all the way to the Idaho border. We changed direction and headed down to Oregon a little sooner than we had planned. We went through Yakima WA and were amazed at all of the obviously immigrant labor for the ...
... learn so much about the Oregon Trail even though we hadn't planned on it - we just found ourselves there and it was really interesting. We learned about some of the history and natural resources of the area, then packed up to move on to Boise.
I came out of there feeling refreshed, and Dean left with a new hobby! It's really neat to see him completely get into something. I like to encourage him a little and see how far he takes it.
... good time.
In Pendleton, we toured the Pendleton Underground. Story goes, back in late 1800's there was no law in this town and merchants were getting ripped off. Their goods would arrive at train depot and not get much further. So, the merchants hired Chinese labor to dig 4 miles of tunnels under the city. With the tunnels the merchants were able to take the bandits out of the equation. My first thought was, why not hire a Sherriff? It ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed