Rufus Hillview Motel
How has this motel rated in the past?
LocationMap this motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Rufus Hillview Motel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Rufus Hillview Motel
Travel Blogs from Rufus
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, ...
... They were really nice folk, and the nicest was a retired Boeing executive called Steve who showed us the ropes lent us his gear and let Janet loose for a couple of hours to make our fortune. Which of course she was able to do, finding a grand total of 36 cents worth of gold for a backbreaking 2 hours. If the price of gold keeps going up however we could be worth 50 cents by 2020. Still it was the authentic experience that was important, and Janet is now so interested in ...
... the ski area once more and then we hiked down to the parking lot. We got back about 3:30. We changed our shoes and headed back down the mountain to finish the Fruit Loop. We went back through the construction and turned at Rt. 281 this time. We passed up all of the fruit stands except Apple Valley Country Store. It was unique. It had handmade items like quilted table runners and trivets, aprons and purses as well as fresh fruit and ...
... trip, we didn’t stop. A short while later we came to the toll bridge back to Oregon at Hood River. We decided to go back across. The toll was only one dollar but the bridge was the kind that had the metal roadbed you could see through to the water. It was difficult to drive on and we had to go slow because we were wavering so much. Thank goodness we weren’t pulling a camper. Once on the other side we pulled off into a ...