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 ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... There must be a pot of gold here somewhere, probably in a pear orchard. We drove up to the edge of Rowena lookout. The wind at the top was enough to make you walk bent over. Wicked. And the view was wicked too. The old Gorge road to Portland snakes below the cliff. We had to run that road. It was like being in a Subaru commercial, good thing we were in a Subaru and Paul was driving. Our travels have circled down and up and all along the Colombia Gorge. We have seen all but ...
... I thought this was just one big forest with some rivers and towns. We passed lots of peaches and vineyards too. They are known for growing corn, alfalfa and wheat. That helped us to figure out what the alfalfa was. The temperature climbed to 93, but it was a dry heat....HOT.
just before we crossed in Oregon we saw our first wind farms, they multiplied in Oregon. On I 84 we saw changes in scenery as well. It is amazing that we traveled beside so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed