WASHINGTON — The morning after the Cider Fest we left Ellensburg and drove south into eastern Oregon. Our destination was the Clyde Holliday State Park just outside of John Day, Ore.
The drive was close to 300 miles but that didn’t stop us from taking the slightly longer, hopefully, more scenic route. It was 100% the right choice. Impressive mountain views followed us through Washington, and after crossing the Columbia River into Oregon we were treated to mile after mile of nearly empty, practically pristine, two-lane blacktop roads. Country driving is the best.
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