Mt Adams Lodge at the Flying L Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Glenwood
We met up with Paul and Kate on the shore of the Colombia River in Hood River. There was a nice dog-friendly park where Sadie could run around a bit, meet some other dogs, and low and behold, take a dip in the river. Good thing we keep a towel handy. We enjoyed a saison microbrew at Pfriem Brewery. Interesting small brewery specializing in saisons, but Paul had a fresh hop which smells very grassy, but does not taste so. We rented a small house next to a pear orchard. Most ...
... in nearly all the streams. Did I mention WHEAT. How can anyone lack for bread with all the wheat in this country. We passed a processor of wheat with a sign that read they are feeding the world....we learned that most of the wheat grown here is shipped to pacific rim countries for noodles. We travel on to vast, barren areas with canyons and buttes and more scablands. They are poor looking areas of brown. As we travel on and turn south to the Columbia ...
Like most trips I plan to get out and do things. Sitting around the condo is not an option. I plan to kite, motorbike, golf, SUP, sail, and snorkel. If you are not use to these things then you may want to get into shape. Kiting always works my thighs and shins. So ...
world, I don't ski. I tried “I don't know how” and “I don't
want to” and “I don't like the cold” but Guy and the boys shot
those down easy. I tried “It's too expensive” but Guy had a plan
for that, too. Luckily he was flummoxed when I said “Why don't you
just write me a check for the money I would have spent if I went
skiing, and I'll stay home?” That bought me enough time to make ...
... walk along the main street, lots of shops, Christmas decorations, well, the usual stuff around this time of the year! We had a little coffee in a nice little place, resumed our walk, and saw a train arrive and lots of people get off.
Having a closer look, it seemed to me that there were a lot of kids there, and all in pyjamas and slippers! A little later the mystery was solved: this train just does a local ride, uphill, high enough so that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed