Our first night of camping was spent in Baker City, OR. We were up bright and early for a long day of travel! Baker City has a windmill!
They also have a Chinese cemetery.
It doesn’t seem like many people stop by to visit the cemetery.
Canon Rebel T2i.
Broken down and fun!
And Turkeys! That big old guy fluffed up his feathers and came at the car. Eric gobbled back at him and chased him off.
I want a camper! Juniper could come on trips with us if we had a camper…I will make this happen.
An old cement factory.
Don’t be sad!
Graffiti at the old cement plant.
You must be very careful when exploring old buildings like this. This building has seen many better days so we were on the watch for sink holes and loose floor boards.
This made me miss Juniper!
Tear down the wall. Or the wall is just crumbling.
This place was huge! So much fun graffiti too!
We marked our territory.
It’s been fun Oregon!…but hey there Idaho…didn’t see you standing there!
I have little arms! I love rock shops.
There’s plenty of petrified wood in the Northwest.
We traveled on quite a bit of the Oregon Trail on this trip. No dysentery though.
On back roads you find fun and odd sights and signs. This sign tells you about some Oregon Trail travelers who wrote their names on that rock in the background with wagon wheel grease. You can still see some of the names!
Names from Oregon Trail travelers.
This was a wonderful unexpected surprise! The Devil’s Washbowl in Idaho. It’s a massive gorge with some waterfalls. This is also my 666th blog post! How fitting!
Looking down the gorge at Devil’s Washbowl.
Do you see the “face” screaming at the water? That’s the Devil! Why is he mad at his washbowl?
Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls, Idaho.
We stopped for the night in Twin Falls, ID. We ended the day two hours earlier than we had planned on. I made some food and showered while Eric worked on a blog post for our travel blog, heyimoverhere.com!