Silver Spur Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this pest. We bought 5 scales.
We drove the entire length of the reserve, ending up at Frenchglen where we had our picnic and used the "facilities" - a hop-covered dunny.
The town of Frenchglen was started as a "company town" for rancher Peter French, who came to this area at age 23 in 1872 - he had 1200 head of cattle and 6 ranch hands and he turned it into a 100,000 acre ranch - one of the largest ...
Nothing special. A nice lady runs it. It’s ok for an overnight, but that’s about it. Painfully slow wifi!
Today we’re headed to Lakeview, Oregon. It’s about 130 miles from Burns. We’re going to stay at a place we heard about that’s in the middle of a ranch. It’s supposed to be very nice. We’ll ...
... the blue water was and how that beautiful lake came from a volcano. Any picture taken there could easily become a postcard.
We continued going north into Oregon for dinner. The town was small, but quite a few people were walking around. Each street had big baskets of pink and purple flowers hanging from the street signs. The shops were decorated nicely. It reminded us of a Greenville-type area. We ate at a place called Zydeco. We each had a glass ...
... to be as safe as possible while still moving across the map.
Every day starts as a mystery. I don't know the roads ahead, the hills, the winds or where those elusive water stops may be found. I rely heavily on the word of the locals or the helpful traveling stranger. They somehow appear when I need them most. That word has been my real road map many times before. I believe in it as it has always kept me safe.
... whole RV. Inside and outside the jeep. We drive into Burns (30 miles north) to buy some fresh produce pick up a package at the Post Office (see bottom) and also to wash, ...