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.
Through the screen I get a photo of a lonesome llama or alpaca. Usually, a whole herd can be seen grazing here.
Highway 97 also offers some awesome views as we leave Terrebonne.
In Madras we take Highway 26 through the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
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.
We drive another 5 miles and spot the turn off for Spring Drive RV Campground.
We turn in and eagerly search for our reserved site.
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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I’m glad things seem to be going better for you. You do see some fantastic things in this great nation!