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Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... stories and re-illustrate
then here via words and photos. Brilliant, I know!! I can guaranty that
McKenzie will be absolutely delighted to do a Magical Unicorns Oracle
Card reading (similar to tarot, except only positive messages and backed
by the love and light of the Unicorns) for anyone that wants to trade a
story for a unicorn reading. This will only perpetuate the warm and
fuzzy feelings of love, light and laughter.
... It was a memorable trip since I hadn't seen Steven in 16 months & before we came back home, Steven surprised me with my engagement ring!
On Friday, we journeyed across the Columbia River into Washington State with Gary & Linda to Columbia Hills State Park. We took a hiking trip in the park & got to see multiple sites with Indian petroglyphs. It was very interesting & a perfect day for hiking. The park bordered the Columbia ...
Getting out of the Wallowa and Two Colors proved almost as much as an ordeal as getting in. We took the short cut which still resulted in 35 miles of winding gravel road. But the two days we spent on the edge of Eagle Cap Wilderness area were well worth the effort. Although the nights were cold enough to leave frost on Nemo, the days were warm and the scenery glorious.
We found a ton of firewood left by hunters and had a raging fire ...
... any other region with waterfalls – Horsetail, Bridal Veil, Starvation – okay maybe not Starvation. That one was a bike ride (killer hill) from our camp and Alan and I rode out there almost everyday for exercise and a picnic. The falls and the creek that it forms was the centerpiece of a terrific train accident in the early 1900’s. Seems after the train came off the tracks and plunged into the snow, the good people of the Gorge ...
... a local’s joint, but they weren’t unfriendly – just a bit standoffish. After Billy’s we had dinner at Los Agaves and it was delish. Sisters is fine for a nice walk and shelter for a blustery evening, but not much more unless you plan on heading out to the wilderness to climb one of the titties.
The next morning we took off, going north on our way towards the Columbia River Valley with a weekend in between to kill. We stopped and took ...
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