Jonathan and I LOVED downtown Bend. We enjoyed the peaceful stroll down Wall Street to the heart of it all. I am not sure we will ever get over the fact that there was never a wait for a table outside. Ok fine, I misspoke. We waited 20 minutes for brunch at McKay Cottage. Do you remember our experience at Outerlands?! I’d wait 20 minutes any day to sit under the trees over a pancake breakfast! We always try and leave on a high note, so after two nights at the Wall Street Suites, we Ubered North to spend the duration of the trip at, the Pronghorn Resort.
Whoa! What a change in scenery. Set off the beaten path sits Pronghorn Resort, a cross between a ski village and flourishing golf community. This place has SO much potential. Do not get me wrong, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, but the best is yet to come. Featuring three restaurants, three golf courses, a pool, tennis courts, and spa (currently under renovation), Pronghorn is soon to be an oasis for locals and tourists alike. Hopefully you were there in spirits as I toured the grounds via Instagram stories. The pool was still closed for the season, but Jonathan practiced his golf game and I drove the golf cart!
So what does one wear during the day and night at Pronghorn Resort? Good news: anything goes! We dined alfresco in our golf garb, and even dressed up for dinner. I was definitely the edgy chic on the green – no collared shirt for me! This mesh overlay t-shirt made the cut because it’s cute with shorts or pants. I worked from the patio in this tee with shorts and flip-flops then slipped into fringe hem jeans at mealtime. Versatility is key when you pack for a trip! Despite the daytime heat, the evenings are cool and pleasant in Central Oregon. I ceased at the opportunity to flash my new studded booties.
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