Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.
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Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Using his leatherwork and silversmith skills, Pedro Pedrini creates fine saddles in his workshop at Hamley & Co., located along Pendleton’s main drag.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

With great attention to detail, saddles are made by hand at Hamley & Co. in downtown Pendleton. The store has been outfitting cowboys since 1883.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Master saddle maker and silversmith Pedro Pedrini handcrafts custom saddles in his workshop at Hamley’s, a cowboy outfitter in downtown Pendleton.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Tribal leader Bobbie Connor displays one of the Pendleton Woolen Mills blankets made exclusively for sale in the gift shop at the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute near Pendleton.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

A chef puts the finishing touches on a dinner order at Virgil’s at Cimmiyotti’s, a popular, upscale restaurant in downtown Pendleton.

 (Bailey Lankford)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Richard Stapleman first made boots solely for himself while on the rodeo circuit. He now crafts custom footwear in his shop along Pendleton’s main drag.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Blankets woven with Native American patterns continue to be popular sellers at Pendleton Woolen Mills’ factory shop. The mill sold its first blankets to local Indians more than 100 years ago.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Hearty breakfasts such as one featuring crab eggs Benedict are served to guests at Pendleton House Historic Inn.

 (Jay Jones)
Quick escape to Pendleton, Ore.

Given its color -- pink -- it’s hard to miss the Pendleton House Historic Inn, a B&B located on a hill above downtown.

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