Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Transition Day

Buster is shown here hooked up to the Doggie Hitchin Post in Tumalo State Park on a warm sunny afternoon a couple of days ago. We have been enjoying bright warm sunny days in Central Oregon for the last five days. We were so carried away with the experience on Saturday in Bend seeing everyone out enjoying the sun that Jeanette expressed it as intoxicating. Today however was a more sobering experience, this morning the cold temps and rain made the prospect of being confined to the motor home for the whole day unbearable. Checking the weather forecast on my iPod for our route brought up the results of dryer conditions and warmer temps by 15 degrees in the Biggs Junction vicinity. So, late morning we unhitched Buster, hitched up the motor home and galloped up Highway 97, leaving behind a cold and soggy Tumalo State Park and arriving this afternoon at Maryhill State Park where despite the wind it is dry and warmer. On to Prosser tomorrow.

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