Inn at the Gorge
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Travel Blogs from Hood River
... I’m willing to let go of. Like when they come home and say “Mom, can I have something to eat?”, my first impulse is to say “Yes, you can. You have arms. Get it yourself.” But when they make the snack for themselves, I feel lost. Spurned. They can’t sit on my lap anymore, so it seems like I could at least make them a sandwich. The other day my Tavish said “Mom! Stop TOUCHING ...
... easy trails lead to Elowah Falls and Upper McCord Falls, both fed by the McCord creek. We followed the trail to Elowah Falls, which was lush and green and full of fall colors. Our path was littered with leaves of all colors, and the sun was just starting to chase out the shadows between the trees, making for an awesome effect. Less than a mile later, we were at Elowah Falls, marveling at the 200+ ft drop. Big boulders littered the base and the creek just downstream from ...
... At 620 ft, this waterfall is the tallest in Oregon and the fourth tallest in the US. A bridge is suspended inbetween the lower and upper portion of the fall, making this one of the most easily recognized landmarks of the gorge.The bridge is fairly easy to reach and places you right before the upper portion of Multnomah, but we felt the urge to go another mile and go to the very top of the waterfall. Here is where our first reminder of Zion National Park popped up - a set of ...
leaving my family at home.
When I told the boys I was going on this trip they said “Why do you get
to do all the fun stuff?”
I said “Cuz I'm old.”
Toby said “You're not old.”
And Tavish said “Hmm. I think I'd still
rather be young.”
I'm not sure what Guy said when I told him about
the trip but I'm sure he was encouraging and supportive. Or at ...
... that love karaoke! After a song by Kimberly we took the drive back to Hood River for a good nights sleep.
Zzzz morning came very quickly, our last day with Kimberly and Cy. We decided to hike up to a view point which was awesome although a little hectic with dodging the poison oak that lined the pathway!! We made it to the top safe and sound and back down again, we stopped back at the house to wash with anti poison oak body wash and then showered off before packing ...