Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out of Indian Territory (pausing for some more landscape photographs) and made our way through some rural upper Oregon.
Again, plenty of evidence of agriculture - from cattle and horses to cereals. A couple of snow covered, cone shaped mountains loomed in the distance.
In search of what is politely called a restroom, we arrived in a small town called Tygh Valley. We bought icecreams so we could use the restroom, which turned out to be just ...
... pour and when I did take a break, it was inside a pit toilet at a campground to have lunch. That was the only shelter I could find. Thank god it was clean and didn't smell bad at all. Wallaby camped with me last night but decided to stay and hunker down for the day due to rains. That is probably the last time I saw ...
... The views of the Columbia Gorge from Vista House are spectacular. The pictures look great!
It was about 72 miles we covered in going from The Dalles to Crown Point, and it was going to be about the same back, so we left Vista House and headed back east on Historic Route 30. We were able to travel all the way to Cascade Locks without having to get on the interstate. In Cascade Locks we took the toll bridge across the Columbia ...
... well fed, or whether we will get lost and then left for dead on the side of some road. Which would be my fault.
But does all this planning require me to be the protagonist of this story? I hope not. I don't think we should be cemented into a particular assignment. Being a part of a family (a part of the world?) involves fearless shifting between roles. We should all get to share the story. We can each take our turns in the ...
... sit on our keester all day, and find working around the hatchery enjoyable. If we have a place we want to visit on our day off, we will. Otherwise we will help out here at the hatchery. I don’t think he understands our reasoning.
Our daily routine consists of opening the visitors center and viewing area in the egg incubation building at 0700 hours, policing the parking lot for trash and butts, cleaning the fingerprints off of the windows in the egg incubation and ...