Travel Oregon calls the Wallowas one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon and we couldn't agree more! We took a chance on the weather and headed to Joseph, a great little town known for it's art scene (particularly bronze sculpture) as well as easy access to Wallowa Lake and the Wallowa Mountains. During the summer, the Wallowa Lake Campground is packed wall to wall. However, in late March, we had the park almost to ourselves! They received a couple inches of snow the day before which was melting and manageable in the Airstream by the time we arrived. The weather gods were smiling on us with blue skies and temps in the 60s, which is pretty much a miracle in Oregon in March. We took the kayak out on the lake, checked out the Chief Joseph Trail hike and explored Joseph - including a quick visit to the Jennings Hotel. The Jennings is the "world's first Kickstarter funded hotel and artist residency" and is a great addition to Joseph. I was a backer of the Kickstarter and was curious to see how things were coming along. Greg Hennes, the owner, was hard at work on some drywall in the hallway when we arrived. He's done an amazing job restoring the old hotel (including a gorgeous sauna). We may have to give up a night in the Airstream some time to stay there! As luck would have it, we were able to attend the monthly square dance that's held in Enterprise. Caleb Klauder and the Cully Cut-Ups came over from Portland to play so we had to check it out. Sadly, my memory card with all the insanely cute kids square dancing seems to be toast, so you will just have to take my word for the fun experience of this truly lovely, charming and fun community dance. And we even danced! If you have a chance to get out to Joseph and the Wallowas, take it and run - especially in the Spring or Fall.