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... passed Pendleton. We have travelled 228 miles; another 340 miles to go. From Pendleton, we start to snake through the mountains in the Umatilla Reservation. We can once again see lots of green vegetation and lots of trees. The view from up here is amazing. We could look down on the flat plains that we just traveled through. The view is amazing. It was quite cold when we left Portland this morning. It was down to about 12 deg in the early morning but it's now it ...
... there will be plenty later on. The sun is up, but it's a bit of a cloudy day, still it's 90F and for part of the run, I have the top up and the AC on.
We stop for some lunch and a couple of gas fill ups, but that is it. We gain and hour and with Harrah's programed into the GPS we find the hotel with no issues. RENO!!! we made it!
We get the cars parked, get checked in and get set for a night on the town! This is ...
... into a man that was meticulously folding up a parachute that was spread out the length of a very long hallway. Vernon, a heavily tattooed man from Texas, explained that he jumps off the Perrine Bridge which is 486 feet above the Snake River. He comes to Idaho for his 2 week vacation and jumps as many times as the wind allows. But this morning he was afraid that he ...
... been to a wildlife park on our last trip, we would skip this one.
The roads were easy to drive and I quite enjoyed driving and sometimes got up to over 80 mph.
Our first stop was the Hansen Bridge overlook. Wow, we had just crossed this bridge and it did not seem that we were that high. It is a spectacular view of the Snake River Canyon.
A bit of trivia - During the late ...
... monument. On the way, had a very nice chat with the Butte County Sheriff, who helped me with the accuracy of the BMW speedo. I thought it said 85, but he assured me that I was doing 83, and that it was a 65mph limit. The nice gentleman sent us on our way with some advice on how to hang on to our cash and enjoy our vacation. So onwards to Craters of the Moon. It's a 100 square mile lava field. Has its own microclimate and inhabitants. Ironic how the forces of ...