Monthly Archives: May 2017

Flatiron Rock Trail and Smith Rocks SP

Bend, OR The weather was very nice last week so we were able to get out for a couple of hikes.  The first was on the Flatiron Rock Trail.  To get to the trailhead we drove east of Bend on … Continue reading

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Hiking to Benham and Dillon Falls – Bend, OR

Bend, OR Spring time in central Oregon is also “bug” time, which means the front of your vehicle becomes covered with them if you drive any distance.  We were especially impressed with the motorhome pictured below after it was driven … Continue reading

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First Week in Bend, OR

Bend, OR We arrived in Bend to sunny skies and warm temperatures.  After getting set up in our beautiful site at Crown Villa RV Resort, we spent some time sitting outside enjoying a cold adult beverage. But the next morning … Continue reading

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Kam Wah Chung Interpretive Center

Dayville, OR After reading Jodee’s post (On the Road Abode) about an interesting spot in the town of John Day, we just had to check it out for ourselves.  The Kam Wah Chung Interpretive Center seemed to be a bit … Continue reading

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John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

Dayville, OR Dayville is a tiny little town with less than 150 residents.  But they do have a sense of humor. We came to Dayville because of its proximity to two of the three separate units of the John Day … Continue reading

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A Stop in Boise, then On to Oregon

Dayville, OR After leaving Twin Falls, ID we continued northwest on I-84  about 20 miles past Boise, where we had two nights reserved at Ambassador RV Resort outside the town of Caldwell.  We booked two nights to give us a … Continue reading

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From Moab, UT to Twin Falls, ID

Twin Falls, ID We left the rocks of Moab, UT Monday morning and headed toward Salt Lake City.  As we drove north the rocks of Moab gave way to the snow covered peaks of the Manti-La Sal National Forest north … Continue reading

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