One day, as I was perusing the internet, I came across an article entitled “The Seven Wonders of Oregon.” So I opened the page and looked at the Seven Wonders of the state I call my home. One of the Seven Wonders was a place called the Wallowas. It’s a range of mountains in Northeastern Oregon, often referred to as the “Alps of Oregon.”
“Hmm,” I thought, “Someday, I want to go there.”
Well, a few days ago, I went. Along with my brother, Ben. We backpacked in the Eagle Cap wilderness the first night, and the second night we camped in a campground beside Wallowa Lake.
And, I declare, I saw some incredibly amazing views, both in the mountains, and on the drives to and from the mountains. I’m thinking they should rename the Wallowas the WallWOWas.
But backpacking, man, I don’t know if it’s my thing. My shoulders have never been so sore before. It was a lot of fun, though, and, like I said, the views were amazing.
Why don’t you just look for yourself?
Well, that’s it for today, folks. I’m off to check out the rest of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. Let’s hope the others are as great as the Wallowas.