We were at an RV park in eastern Oregon. It's beautiful, quiet, and very dog friendly. I always take at least one picture of the camp set up. Doesn't it look peaceful?
Pictured below is a partial view of the park where you can see how it's nearly empty except for the Cottonwoods and Alders.
It's no surprise why they're called Cottonwood. The fluff carries the seeds on the wind. Do you see the bug trying to hide in the leaves?
We had plenty of play time. Gee, could that be why Wally and LuLu love camping so much?
The river floods into the lower camp every year, but this past winter was worse than usual. I was glad to see that just enough Forget-Me-Nots survived to reseed for the future.
Wet Goldens are happy Goldens.
When the temperature hit 93 degrees and climbing it was time to dry off and go inside to the air conditioning.
Rich is fixing a snack and Wally is very interested. You can see Rich's solitaire on the laptop, and across the table I'm all set up for coloring. We had plenty of time for naps and reading, too.
Hollyhocks originally planted by the owner's wife (deceased) have naturalized.
Final two photos are down by the water again, different spot. When you're the only campers there you can wander freely.
I do have some pictures of another place we stopped on our route. It was so beautiful I couldn't stop taking pictures. Places like that are the whole reason I love road trips. You never know what you'll come across. In fact, that's how we found the park in today's pics. Last summer we did a come-what-may road trip and just happened to come upon this place when we were ready to stop for the night. We ended up staying four days and we've been back twice since then. We're going there again in September with some friends who also have a motor home.
I hope it won't be long before I sort through the rest of the July photos. There are so many and we've been on the road again... making more photos. Take care, and have a wonderful day!