Continuing Our Trek to Unity and Beyond

As we continue our drive along Hwy 7, we have mostly bald mountains, a green, irrigated fertile valley, and the Burnt River.

DSC_0061Skyline of burned trees, Hwy 7

DSC_0057Burned tree and skyline Hwy 7 near Hereford OR

We gain the little town of Hereford, OR. I stop at a kiosk standing alongside the road and in front of an old, well-cared for building from days gone by; Hereford Union High.

DSC_0062Old Building, now the high school in Hereford, OR, Hwy 7.JPG

DSC_0063Hereford, OR old building explanation Sign

We eventually make it to Unity, a spot in the road, but it does boast it’s own tiny post office and small market. More history here as a historical marker tells of the fight between ranchers and miners for the water that was available.

DSC_0004 (1)Eldorado Ditch sign Unity, OR


DSC_0006 (1)Eldorado Ditch sign

My curiosity satisfied we backtrack to the turnoff along Hwy 26 that will take us west and will, eventually, take us to John Day.

We climb a bit in elevation and the rolling bald hills give way to forest. This will be a nice respite from the heat that is supposed to hang around for another couple of weeks. I hope you will join us in our next camp! Thanks for stopping by 2Dogs! Hugs, Shawna

Author: 2DogsTravel

Hello! Welcome to my blog. I am a full-time traveler, retired from a lifetime of different occupations, traveling the country with my two little dogs, Fries and Charlie B; The Chiweenie Brothers. You never know where you might find us, but if you do stop by and say hi . . . If you can get past the two best watch dogs in the universe! Happy Trails!

3 thoughts on “Continuing Our Trek to Unity and Beyond”

  1. We always look forward to your posts. What we wouldn’t give for some fresh mountain air and blue skies! So thankful you are having YOUR adventure of a lifetime. πŸ’•πŸ˜˜πŸ’•


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