Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Tuesday, July 3rd

We are at the Crooked River Ranch RV Park near Bend, Oregon.

We clicked off 360 miles today to include a route along the east side of the Olympic Peninsula, through the sprawling city of Portland and along side, towering Mt Hood.

After 7 hours in the saddle, I was a bit lazy to set out on serious photo subject hunts. I hope the following will tide you all over for a bit.

The Hama Hama River Bridge on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula.

Towering Mt Hood as seen from Highway 26.

The Crooked River Bridge, north of Bend, OR. Once the highest, single span bridge in the US at nearly 300 feet above the Crooked River, it was built in 1926 and designed by Conde B. McCullough.

Fidel mentioned "Raw Americana" earlier. Here is another taste - American, RV Families enjoying perfect evening weather in the Crooked River Valley, Oregon.

We have another full travel day tomorrow. We will drop the tail hook in Hat Creek, CA.


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