Mt Adams Lodge at the Flying L Ranch
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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 ...
At my campsite on the Deschutes River this morning several campers wanted to know where I was going, where I came from, was I alone, I felt like a celebrity! EVERYONE that I met on this trip so far has been friendly and super nice. The morning was warm and sunny with moderate headwinds which were sporadic through out the day. I decided to stay in a motel tonight because the next campground was twenty more miles and with substantial hills. Today's pictures show what I ...
Yes, after 1916 miles and well over 30 hours of driving we have landed :) We were both very surprised to see how flat and boring the most eastern parts of Oregon are. It did not look a whole lot different from Idaho. Thank goodness we have been to Oregon before and we knew it had to get greener eventually. Had to take the Bridge of the Gods across into ...
... of the Gorge. It seems as immense as the Grand Canyon, I guess that we will have to make that comparison in a few months. Cooked salmon, squash, potatoes, a beet salad and we finished a growler of hard cider for dinner. Then baked pears and ice cream for dessert. A fine meal. Paul and Bobby allowed Kate and I an opportunity to redeem ourselves at Euchre, but no such luck. Then Paul tried to teach us Settlers of Catan, but again, no such luck. Kate won! Oh, and it's raining ...
... and the landscape is so barren. I suppose rock does not absorb much water. We stopped at the Oregon welcome center for brochures and the lady brewed us fresh coffee, free. We saw an osprey nest with two birds. We passed large lumber processors. We also stopped at The Dalles Dam and the the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center, before heading to White Salmon, Wa to Bridge RV park. This part of the Columbia River is the Wind Surfing capital of WORLD. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed