Mt Adams Lodge at the Flying L Ranch

Address: 25 Flying L Lane, Glenwood, Washington, 98619, United States | B&B
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      Need ice

      A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Sep 15, 2014


      Well it is a beautiful day and apparently the fish are biting. We heard some of the fishermen leave at 0 dark thirty to prove the were smarter than a fish, don't know if they did or not. Well the refrigerator/freezer has power, all the light work but it does not cool. I found a local fruit market that sell ice (probably to the fishermen) and loaded 4 bags into so we are ok right now. I am cooking all the chicken tonight and the ...

      The Best Laid Plans.......

      A travel blog entry by tahoepiano on Jul 09, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      I got up around 5:00 AM as I usually do only this time I was already awake. In fact I hadn't slept the entire night. The night before I discovered that my air mattress had a leak somewhere but I could not find it. It was the most miserable camping night that I have ever experienced. My plan which I discussed with Linda was to meet her and JJ in Astoria on Thursday and we would be on our way. On Wednesday I left my very nice St. Helens campsite and started a leisure ride ...

      Troutdale To St. Helens, Day 17

      A travel blog entry by tahoepiano on Jul 08, 2014

      3 photos

      Why would anyone name a town Troutdale? It's almost as bad as Bassville or Catfishmanor. This morning was overcast and cool, I started out with a jacket but took it off right after my rear tire went flat. Most cyclists know when you're feeling every pebble on the road and pedaling becomes much harder that you have a FLAT!............and it's almost always the rear tire. I rummaged through all four of my panniers and after displaying ...

      Day 16, Hood River to Troutdale

      A travel blog entry by tahoepiano on Jul 07, 2014

      1 photo

      Great ride along the Historic Columbia River Byway. Several beautiful waterfalls along the route. One unfortunate thing happened today. Somewhere on I-84 my Goal Zero Solar Panels became unattached and fell off of my bike without my hearing it. These small panels have kept my I-Phone, my I-Pad, my Garmin GPS and my headlight fully charged during this and two previous tours. I shall have to replace them when I get ...

      A few days at Sunnybrook Farm

      A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Jun 16, 2014

      5 photos

      Wine from Maryhill Winery for dinner last night. Cabernet Franc with burgers, rosemary oven fries and great salad. Muscato with the Rainier cherries and fresh made strawberry ice cream! Got to hold little Aspen who is now 3 months and so cute! This morning we had a farm tour let by Juan and Alexis. Saw the ...