Wednesday, August 12
The crew and I enter the town of Vale on Oregon’s eastern border.
Earlier this morning the crew and I move out of the cool Blue Mountains and take Route 26 east across barren land. Lower elevation means higher temperatures.
We’re fine with the windows open part of the way.
However, there comes a point when even the breeze through the windows is hot. It must be over a hundred degrees today!
We roll through Vale. Slogan — “When you’re on Main Street, you’re on the Oregon Trail!”
Surely there’s an RV park in this town. We need to spend the rest of the day in air conditioning.
I turn at the sign for Vale Trails RV Park and hurry into the office.
The rest of the day Bridget, Reggie and I luxuriate in the coolness of the Best Little Trailer.
“Oh, Reg, not again!” I whine. “It’s too hot out there.”
I take him out, we walk the length of the park, he turns and trots back to the BLT.
“I told you so, Reggie.”
To be continued…..
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