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... classics such as "Roll On Columbia....
Roll on, Columbia, roll on,
Roll on, Columbia, roll on.
Your power is turning the darkness to dawn
So roll on Columbia, roll on.
I didn't take the camera with me when I went into town for supper... will take some pictures tomorrow and add them.
... but I do think they are neutral and lovely! Scott is so wonderful. He is a wonderful cook, too. We used iron skillets that dated back from the 1920's. I am always in awe of how well made and high quality older things are. Today everything is done faster- and faster is not done with care in mind. Faster is done with bulk and money in mind. Take note. Anyhow, we first put potatoes in, then the rest of the vegetables and Scott grilled the chicken directly on the grill. It ...
... because there was not a lot of damage, but enough to stop traffic from driving by.
We finally drove into Pendleton around 7:30pm (a 7 1/2 hour drive for the day.) We decided to snack on our crackers, cheese and smoked salmon for dinner and watch a little TV. A glass of wine made it all perfect!
To sleep about 10pm.
May God Bless the imaginative people who designed the ways for water to provide us power.
Well, this should be our last night on the road. We're in Pendleton and should make it home tomorrow.
We came through Boise today and stopped for lunch at a nice little brewpub called Sockeye Brewing. Sheryl had a really nice 12-beer taster tray, one of the most comprehensive taster trays we've had on the ...
... 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 ...