Wallowa Lake Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... driver, I had a soda while Paul enjoyed their pale ale.
After lunch, we went on to Joseph, a small town of about a thousand people known the world over for the bronze foundries in the area.
Along main street are at least a dozen bronze pieces, most with a western theme.
The town renamed itself in the 1880's after Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe, and there are several statues of him in town.
We walked around for a while, and found ...
... and understand each other better. At the beginning there was room for improvement!! - The uphills (and the downhills) go on for 10-15 km, at 5-6% slope. - Reassuringly, nobody has looked the wrong way and been run over (yet...). - I seriously underestimated how cold it is! The photo shows my sister and I at Barley Brown's Brewery in Baker City. I was trying 10 sample ...
... to go back another time to see a variety of things including the world famous Pendleton Mills and underground tunnels etc. A fairly short drive to Joseph, Oregon which is on the Hell's Canyon scenic byway. Along the way Alan took a short detour to see a point of interest which caused us to backtrack about 10 miles. Jeff was not too impressed with what we found and pointed out, in a tone only Jeff can ...
... having enough gas to make it back down the mountain, turn back now to get gas and come back again (this option would take me well into the evening, which I didn't want), or to bite the bullet and call it quits. As a measure of safety, I went with option 3. Turning around and heading back down, I was pretty disappointed with myself for a short while. This was to be my last major landmark before entering Oregon! But I was able to get myself over it by ...
... us we could not get to the overlooks and places we hoped to because of road closures. It turns out the fires have been only getting worse and firefighters from 21 states are now here helping to fight the blazes. Despite the advise from a state trooper, we had to see for ourselves how far we really could (or couldn't) get so we continued on. We could only get as far as ...