Columbia River Gorge Bed and Breakfast
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Today was Columbia River Gorge Day! We learned a lot about how the Gorge was formed over millions of years by volcanic lava flows, immense floods, and wind. After traveling east on the Columbia River Highway (Routes 30 and 84) and making many view stops along the way, we crossed over into Washington and headed back west as far as ...
... s journey. At the age of 82, she still worked every day.
The drive home was uneventful but turned long by a lot of traffic in the Portland Area. We arrived home safely in time for dinner, with some great memories made on this trip.
Life is good.
... in Venezuela and Yosemite. We walked up a trail that got us to a bridge in the center of the falls. We had terrific views. We then went to Bonneville Dam that supplies most of Portland with electricity. Dad has always been fascinated with dams. They don't impress me much but I could tell this was one of the biggest ones we've ever seen. I was interested in the fish ladder for the salmon. In order for the salmon ...
I am just getting around to my final entry for this stage of my travel.
I caught a late morning flight out of Las Vegas. I had Eric drop me at the airport about 2 hours before my flight because I had to check a bag. I breezed through the Alaska kiosk and headed for TSA security check. The line looked ...
Another slow start with brunch at the Kitchenette in Tribeca and then wandering around the area discovering galleries and shops and checking out new streets. Shea gets off a little early and we head out to Ward 3 for cocktails, before dinner at Sarabeth's. Another outstanding meal with special deserts. Dave heads home, but Shea and Pat stop at Mark Forgione's bar for drinks. ...