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... particular, came to build the railways. Japanese and Mexicans came as well. These next murals depict their contributions.
You will remember that during the second world war, Japanese Americans (and Canadians) were interned in camps in remote places (just because they, or their parents came from Japan). Shame on us! We have passed two of these camps in the high ...
I left Spanish Forks, Utah at 6:53 in about 60 degree weather. Traffic was light the whole day. I got to Jerome Utah before I needed to stop for gas. I was cold all morning.
Thank god for 80 mph speed limits. I was approaching Burley Idaho and trying to decide if I should stop there or push on to Twin Falls. I pushed on another 35 miles. Half way my reserve light came on. I made ...
... first “Adult Round”. Unlike the banjo contest, the fiddle contest takes place in the highly air condition room of the gym of the High School. Here, there is a high technology state and stound and video system. Contests are being broadcast for $3 each on the Internet. The Gym is totally dark and the stage is brightly lit. Each contestant plays three songs – a hoedown or breakdown, a waltz and then a tune of choice. Blind judging ...
... the Wallapa Mountain Pass, survived Deadman's Pass, saw four dead deer, another unidentified dead animal and a live prairie dog for the first time! Once getting to Ontario, we enjoyed a nice swim at the hotel. Wait until you here what we are doing tomorrow!
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... great. However, we had a headwind from the start. Fortunately, the first twenty miles into Baker City on old US 30 were fairly flat. But it was slower than we had anticipated. We rode back into Baker City and stopped downtown at a little Oregon Trail memorial, and had our "snack". We try to stop about every twenty miles for a little "energy food" break. La Grande and Baker City are both nice little towns with apparently vibrant ...