Saturday, May 3, 2014


Interstate 84 cuts across the northeast corner of the State of Oregon, one of the ruggedest portions of the state.


While not as colorful as Arizona or Utah, the terrain is every bit as rugged.

The highway coming out of the Blue Mountains is a steep grade, with lots of these "runaway truck" ramps for trucks who lose their brakes.

The cuts through the mountains are draped with link fencing to keep the eroding rock falls from falling on the highway.

Once we were out of the mountains, we headed for Pendleton and Wildhorse Casino RV Park where we settled in for the night.

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