Mt Adams Lodge at the Flying L Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Glenwood
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... started to talk with the manager, 65 years old, specialist in birds! He is very busy this week with organizing a bird counting (???) in the Natural Park a little north of the town, seems he hears and recognizes every birdsong! Ooooh, I keep meeting such interesting people!
The hostel does not provide for breakfast, so this morning I started my walk, found a coffee shop with free wifi! I am now drinking a "mug" very ...
... and hope that the sun would go behind the hills before we turned around to walk back west. We had to walk right along the interstate which was very loud but at least it stirred up a little WIND as it was still almost 90. We walked for about half a mile. We came to a place where there are houseboats moored together. They are protected by an iron fence in the water on one side and a levee on the other side. There were lots of boats ...
Rode up to the 'Timberline Lodge at Mt Hood. The Hotel used in 'The Shining'. Got busted for filtering roadworks. Carried on up the 35 to 'Hood River'. No yes's from Couch hosts so I'm gonna camp. Crossed the Columbia River into Washington. Turned ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed