The Woodsman Motel
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... we got to the hotel, the pool sure looked inviting. We decided to go for a quick dip before dinner, and it turned out that's all we did was a quick dip. Even though the outside temperature was in the upper 90's, the pool was indoors and unheated. The water was freezing cold! It was refreshing to at least get in the water, but once refreshed, we decided it was time to get dressed and go to dinner.
... season when they are in school.
Now for a rant. Some parents think the entire RV park is a playground for their children. Most of the little tykes, three to six years old, are riding bikes or motorized mini cars here and there on the paved roads that are primary access for 40,000 pound RV's. Their parents, nowhere to be seen, are having a great time visiting with their friends back at their site. I could hardly keep track of the little rascals ...
... That was super fun! We stayed in our first hostel and ate lots of good food. We visited Killarney national park, that was my favorite place so far with the fall colors changing and the beautiful weather we had it was absolutely beautiful! There was a cool trail along the lake and big mountains behind, a great view! I was and have been in photography heaven! Karly has been so paitient with me stopping every 5 feet and ...
... we also drove through the Nez Perce Indian reservation on this leg. This tribe being famous for being the last stand outs of all Indian tribes against the US army. We hit Grangeville which really should be named Strangeville as the only past times I could ascertain the inhabitants engaged in was shooting, stabbing and drinking...not necessarily in that order.
This was the gateway to Hells Canyon, which lived up to its name due ...
... head out east on Interstate 84 passing Cascade Locks, then Hood River. We expected the rain to lessen the farther east we traveled. It did but not completely. Our friend Jim said that by the time we reached The Dalles rain would be but a memory. Wrongo, James! Rainfall is still with us! We continue on past Boardman, and Pendleton. The rain is following us!
I find it fascinating that modern day Interstate Highway 84 largely follows the Oregon Trail blazed by ...