We rode west on the beautiful Ochoco Highway (26) to Prineville where we stopped to grab some lunch-
The landscape gets greener the further west we go. Ochoco Pass:
Approaching Prineville we can see the snow-covered Cascades off in the distance!
Roll in to Prineville and my little guy is sound asleep on the back, drooling like you wouldn’t believe!
He gets a new nickname: “Droolmonster!”
I found a golden arches with a hamster run; little guy is happy!
We’d settled into a nice routine, echoing the previous summer, where we’d camp at primitive sites for 4-5 days and then, when we ran out of clean clothes, we’d treat ourselves to a full service campground, usually a KOA, so that I could get some laundry done, charge up the phone, camera, iPad, check my email and Kristhawee would have lots of kids to play with, a pool and other amenities. We were well out of clean clothes at this point so I did a quick search and found a KOA just north or Redmond: