Rufus Hillview Motel
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After leaving Crater lake on Sept 9, we headed further North through Oregon's high desert. On the way passing by various incredible snow capped mountains, Mt Jefferson, Mt Stuart, and then towards the Columbia River Gorge area.
Another very hot day, which culminated in doing 3 loads of laundry! Such is life on ...
Billy wanted this to be the second to last entry before we close out The Artful Odyssey aka Gypsy Tour but I decided there was a bit more in Spokane to blog before we bring it all home. As many of you know we actually arrived back in Bigfork together on July 11th. But we're not quite finished blogging and in a number of respects.... the adventures of the Gypsy Tour continue since we are "homeless" and sold the Toy Hauler/Camper. But wait, ...
... it was beautiful, marred only by the cold and fog which often denied you the feeling that you were anywhere near the sea. The one time we realised with a bump was when we stayed at a camp at Bodega Bay, and the lighthouse just foghorned every 6 seconds to warn the ships and keep the campers awake.
From here we travelled to Willow Creek, the place where Bigfoot has been seen more times than anywhere else in the country. Willow Creek is weird…first of all ...
... here long ago here were treated very badly and had to resort to all sorts of "underground" activities to keep themselves going e.g. Gambling/brothels. Now the tours of these places are so popular that you have to pre-book. We couldn't get in. Will have to research this further as these facts are all hearsay/ amazing what information one gathers at an RV park! Pendleton is also a wool producing area although we didn't see any sheep! A big wheat-growing area/ no fences ...
... park, touring the museum and chatting with a ranger I headed for the James Cant Ranch.
The James Cant Ranch was a sheep ranch and later a sheep-and-cattle ranch from 1916 until 1972. Irrigation from the John Day River allowed hay to be grown on the flat areas. A portion of the ranch is now the James Cant Ranch Historic District. This portion includes the Cant Ranch House and ...