Road Trip: A trip to Eastern Oregon

Last week we decided to pack up at 7:30 p.m. one night and head over to Eastern Oregon and spend the night.  We were all feeling a bit overwhelmed with our recent schedules, work, school, and just the grind of everything lately.  Maybe it was a bit of cabin fever in the form of routine, but getting out of town for the night was a nice change and helped clear the cobwebs of the recent weeks.  Here is a bit of a recap of what we did.

Skylar went on a little train hunt for BNSF trains.  He wasn't disappointed.  

The view of Mount Hood from the interstate was amazing!

Once we got into Bend, we could only view Pilot Butte from the base.  The summit was being stabilized and we couldn't go past the bottom view point, but it was still a pretty sight from where we were standing.

The view of Three Sisters along the Cascade Mountain Range.

Sage brush grows like crazy over in Eastern Oregon.  This is the same bush that creates tumbleweeds.

The views were just great!  The Cascade Mountains never disappoint.

Headed back into a little town called Sisters, Oregon, the Three Sisters Mountains were really on display for us.  It was such a clear day, I couldn't stop snapping pictures.

Metal horse display at the Lazy Z Ranch near Sisters, Oregon.

Such a wonderful little day trip!

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