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Old 04-28-2011, 12:57 AM   #1
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joseph oregon rv trip

we are heading up to Joseph oregon in a few weeks, never been to that part of the state. any suggestions of things to do & see? we have traveled extensively through the western half of the state but want to check out this area.
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You won't be disappointed. Rugged picturesque country. Did Joseph several years ago in our prior life with a 5ver. On our list to go back with the MH. Joseph is an off the beaten track artsy community into bronze work. We stayed at Wallowa State Park at the south end of Wallowa Lake. There is a tramway near the park that goes to the 4,000' summit of Mt Howard. Breathtaking views from the top with food service available.
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I've seen snow there on the 4th of July
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