In May we go from Idaho to Oregon!
Rather than head directly west through Burns and then to Bend, Oregon, the crew and I take a round-about route, going south to the small town of Jordan Valley. From there we turn westward and camp at isolated Antelope Reservoir in a small, peaceful, free campground.
No one is camped here but us!
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The next leg of our journey is a dreamy drive through low mountains followed by a flat landscape of sage. This is truly “getting away from it all!”
We make our camp on the south side of Prineville Reservoir.
The reservoir is east of Bend, Oregon. Prineville State Park is on the other side of the reservoir. I’d rather we camp by ourselves on this side.
Next we camp on the Fall River, south of Bend.
In the morning we discover it snowed!
Bridget and Reggie have friends over to play.
Lots of fun for the pups!
Julie the dachshund knows better than to enter this zoom-a-thon!
We move to another campsite at Fall River Campground.
Friends take us around La Pine State Park and lead us on trails. We rest by a waterfall.
Bridget, Reggie, and I hurry down to the river’s edge.
Our next camp is along meandering Odell Creek at Davis Lake.
We move our camp to a boondock at the north end of Davis Lake.
It’s time to enjoy the sights, sounds, smells (oh, those pines!), and touch of nature, off by ourselves, just the three of us.
Our month of May review comes to a close with sunlight through the pines.
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