Mt Adams Lodge at the Flying L Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... restaurant on site along with a Visitors Center and gift shop. We bought t-shirts, and sat down for a couple of latte's before beginning our hike to the bridge. We also talked to the lady at the Visitors Center, and she said that since we were staying in The Dalles, on the way back we should take the bridge in Cascade Locks across to the Washington side and take bridge at The Dalles to get back to the Oregon side. The Oregon side has ...
... but it was bright and sunny and it seemed hotter in the sun. As we turned east on US-26E, called the Sunset Highway, the scenery changed dramatically. The shoreline had been replaced with mountains and valleys, and lots of old growth, very dense forest. The ride was also great fun, with lots of twists and turns, ups and downs along the way. We stopped a couple of times at scenic overlooks to take pictures before reaching Portland. ...
... Island lies between the north and south portions of the dam.
The north half of Bonneville dam was not completed until 1983 which makes Bonneville the first and the last dam project on the Columbia. The first half was built in the 1930's and the new construction required the relocation of the town of North Bonneville to a new location downstream a few miles. Hard to imagine ...
... OR where there was supposed to be a motel and then on Thurs. simply ride the 26 miles to Astoria. When I asked the waitress at a cafe where I was having lunch (leisurely) where the local motel was located she replied that it had gone out of business about a year ago. Because there are no services or camping (I couldn't camp anyway without a mattress) I got my butt in gear and pushed on to Astoria which turned out to be a very hilly 26 miles ( I had all ready pedaled 47 ...
... nice sites (tent camping only) and showers, for only $10.00 dollars a night. While there I encountered an older lady that said she had been on the road for years, would not give me her name because she thought people were trying to put her in a homeless shelter and would not talk about her family. She did however give my a not-so-brief biography of Booker T. Washington which I initially found interesting. All in all, another adventurous ...