Bridal Veil Lodge
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- Free parking
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... it, now you don’t: The mountain teases you the whole way up, then quite unexpectedly, the Lodge materializes out of the mist and you momentarily forget about the snow-capped peak. Built to complement the size and majesty of Mt. Hood, the massive structure was erected from timber and rock donated by the forests of the mountain itself. From 1936 to 1937 more than 500 men and women ...
... one side and then to piles… all the time being bumped by the trout that can’t see any better than you can in the cloud of silt in the water… On a good sweep a 2 gallon container is filled with rinsed, washed coins… mostly nickels, dimes and pennies… not worth the time of paid staff to harvest… but something that has to be done… The fish biologist on staff says the coins can make the fish sick & they ...
... 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 ...
... pounds per bag and put into a tote. Guess whos job it is to bag the fish. Yep, us volunteers. The freezer is also used by Fish and Wildlife to store "evidence"- that being buck deer heads that are frozen solid. Strange feeling staring at a body less head that is staring back at you.
Bagging ice cube fish is not so bad but it is colder than a well digger's patootie in there. The very large sliding doors close by force of gravity. When they close it gets VERY ...
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. ...