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Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... we noticed it was pretty windy. I guess it is normal around here to get a lot of wind. It just seems to whip up the river, through the gorge all the time. We did have to spend a little time on the Interstate I-84 before it split off to Historic Route 30. First stop was a place called Rowena Crest. It was a steep ride up a bunch of switchbacks to the top of the local mountain. The view of the gorge was beautiful and we took a bunch ...
... else out. They could do the oil & filter, and the rear axle oil, but the coolant change would just take too long, so I decided to wait until I got back to Orlando. The bike checked out great, and by 1:00 I was out of there and ready to go.
I talked to the service manager for a while, because the dealership was nothing like what we have in Orlando. There were practically no street bikes, a couple of dual-sports, and ...
... and have canning and seafood industries. Others are just poor, trailer and ramshackle house kind of towns. There was a nice bigger town called Raymond, WA that seemed to have an obsession with life size silhouettes of people and animals made out of rusty metal. They were all over the sides of the streets as we rode through town, and they were having some sort of charity run, so all of the people silhouettes and even some of the animal silhouettes were wearing ...
... for myself but I love sappy romance. Not to mention, I
think we all need a little more love in our lives. We plan to meet new
people and make many new friends along this trip. We will then ask our
newfound friends to tell us a story about love. Now, of course, there
will be some about romance, but there are many kinds of love that I
expect we’ll hear about; some funny stories, some of heartbreak, some of
unconditional love. We hope to ...
... when he was in Africa for 2 years with Africa Inland Mission. Their home on 7 Mile Hill outside of The Dalles, OR. They have an incredible view of the Columbia River as it winds by The Dalles. Our kids enjoyed looking down at the city lights at night. We don't get that kind of view at home!
I enjoyed reflecting that the last time I stayed with Gary & Linda was in Mokhotlong, Lesotho. Steven's parents & I stayed with them when we came to ...
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