Wednesday, July 6, 2005

We are at the Elks lodge in Prineville, OR (map). We had intended to stop last night a little earlier, but a paucity of camping opportunities had us come all the way into town. While the lodge here has seen better days (as have so many), they have four power pedestals for visiting RVs with 30 and 50 amp service. More importantly, they have a large level parking area, and it is right downtown, so we were able to walk to dinner last night at a decent Italian place.

Yesterday morning we had the latest chips in the windshield repaired, and then had a nice, scenic drive across US26, following generally along with the John Day river. We also stopped briefly at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.

We are now only 160 miles from our destination of the Polk County Fairgrounds in Rickreall, and I expect we will either spend tonight there or someplace very close by. We have some errands to do today as well, including having Odyssey washed.

I was expecting to present a seminar at this rally, but an updated seminar schedule has just been published, and my seminar has disappeared from it. I have sent a note to the rally organizers asking what happened to it -- I'm a little baffled that nobody bothered to contact me first.

We are looking forward once again to being parked in one spot for a few days.

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