Bridal Veil Lodge
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... morn, the view was worth seeing, as well as talking with the docents dressed in period clothing.
SIDENOTE: Lynn Herrin was tracing her parent's honeymoon route in the 1930’s and blogging as we went along. The Vista House was one of her parent’s stops as noted from old Cross and Dimitt postcards Lynn found in an old box of photos.
... River and will make there way down stream and into the Columbia… as they are diverted around Bonneville Dam…. Or for that matter, John Day, and The Dalles as well… they will pass under a reader…. The reader will tell ODFW how many of the fish made it down river to the ocean….
So Why So Many Released and less than 100,000 make it back to Spawn… 15 or so years ago… National Geographic did an ...
... the hotel, we saw a couple of very nice roadside waterfalls on Timberline Drive before reaching US-26. I’m sure the recent rain made these more impressive than usual. From US-26, we took OR-35 north towards Hood River. Although it had still been raining when we left the lodge, the weather was nice once we got down a bit in elevation. Near Hood River, we actually had much better views of Mount Hood and we could ...
... would hold up photos and ask "Have you seen my husband/son/daughter/loved one?" Those brave firefighters had a very difficult time choking back tears as they would have to say they had not. How sad a time in our Country's history and how many thousands of lives were changed by the events of that day.
Honor those who have sworn to protect and serve our great nation.... and may I remind you........NEVER FORGET.
After 4 days in the Park City and Salt Lake area, we drove 12 1/2 hours yesterday to catch up a little on our schedule. We stopped in Cascade Locks, OR at 12:30am last night at a nice campsite - well except for the Columbia River Gorge Railroad that came through on the other side of the blackberry bushes behind the RV 4 times during the night. :) Today was great, we went to the Bonneville Dam. ...