Tripcheck just announced its two newest road cameras:
- 30 miles east of John Day on Oregon 26 at Austin Junction (the Region 6 page)
- 60 miles south of Burns on Oregon 205 near Frenchglen (the Region 9 page)
Now it looks a little cold and snowy in these camera shots, but it is February in Eastern Oregon, for goodness sakes!
So you're wondering, "Why should I care about these cameras?" Because, if you're going to explore the state and stay at Oregon bed and breakfasts around the state as part of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild's Explore Oregon and Win program (see the button on the right side of the blog), you just might want to know about road conditions in other parts of Oregon.
And when you're out exploring Highways 26 and 395 near John Day, you might consider staying at the Inn at Juniper Ridge, one of OBBG's newest inspected and approved member inns.
Mary & Norbert have a wonderful B&B on a thousand acres that is truly close to being in the middle of absolutely nowhere--but a great home base for exploring the John Day Fossil Beds, the Kam Wah Chung Museum in John Day and the Malheur National Forest. Norbert is a Mt. Vernon Oregon native and can point you to some of the best things to see and do in this region.
Are you a stargazer? No light pollution here!
Snowmobiler? Now is the season!
Bring the cooler with steaks and help yourself to the outdoor grill and patio. The Cowboy Suite also has a kitchenette so come prepared and you don't have to leave the property for meals.
And take a look at Tripcheck before you go. We'd love to see you out here in Eastern Oregon at one of our Oregon bed and breakfasts.