It is very much like being on the Au Sable River except there is a 6000 ft mountain above us, while Ollokot Campground is
at 4000 ft elevation.
We will have Tuesday and Wednesday's off to go to town, one hour away, to get supplies and do laundry. That's when we can make phone calls, check emails and write our blog. While at camp, the forest service is providing us with a hand-held radio for emergency purposes.
In this blog I would like to share a few pictures taken of our drive from Michigan on June 8 until we reached Oregon on June 16. The coming blogs for the next two months, you will explore with us the remarkable wilderness of the Wallowas. )
It has been four months since we recorded a blog. So many things came up in our life that changed the path we were on and it was to hard to write about our travels. Now our business is settled and we are back to following the life that has called to us for so long.
It is so strange that the last thing I wrote about was a memorial
to my sister, Marie. Now I will say a goodbye to my other sister, Janet. She sadly passed unexpectedly on April 29 of a heart attack. Janet, we miss you. Be at peace.
Leaving Michigan on the 8th...
I am not ready to revile how many pictures I took in one day at the Park.
David, Barb, Shorty and Hazie.
Jean in front row, with dogs Muffy, Clara B and Blue.