Leaving the High Desert

image On to Mt. Hood

We leave River Rim RV Park in Crooked River Ranch, just outside of Terrebonne, and head north. I capture some photos from my passenger seat vantage as we connect with Highway 97.

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Through the screen I get a photo of a lonesome llama or alpaca. Usually, a whole herd can be seen grazing here.

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Highway 97 also offers some awesome views as we leave Terrebonne.

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In Madras we take Highway 26 through the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.

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Finally, we arrive at the junction of Highways 26 and 216 and head east through Mount Hood National Forest on the northern edge of the Indian Reservation.

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We drive another 5 miles and spot the turn off for Spring Drive RV Campground.

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We turn in and eagerly search for our reserved site.

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Within 30 minutes we have unhooked the car and tow dolly, backed into our spot, and hooked up to electricity and water, a real luxury in a National Forest.

Home, Sweet Home for a week:

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