Inn at the Gorge
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... Salmon to Everybody's Brewing. We went out onto the back patio where there was supposed to be a good view of Mt. Hood - not, there were too many clouds around it. But it was a sunny day and nice to be outside. Larry and Derek got flights - 10 samples at 4 oz. each: Local Logger Lager, Hoedown Brown Ale, Pucker Huddle Porter, Coco-A-Go-Gose, Daily Bread Common Ale, Little Sister IPA, Country Boy IPA, and a Pale Ale. We also had lunch here. Derek ...
... getting pelted with little ice pellets - it was snowing! When we looked up at the mountain we could see it was really snowing at the top and most of it was obscured by clouds. We hiked the Pacific Crest Trail until we came to the National Wilderness area where we had to fill out a hiking pass to continue. We decided to head back. We saw several birds including red crossbills which we haven't seen for a number of years. When we ...
... a regional tourist destination; lots of people come here for windsurfing and paddleboarding in the summer, and skiing in the winter. Throw in wine tasting and fruit stands, and there are lots of reasons to come to Hood River. The town is thriving, with a vibrant main street, which is so good to see. Yes, there is a Walmart here, but it hasn’t killed the local small businesses.
South of Hood ...
We are leaving tomorrow and I am caught in the triple-lutz-death-spiral of too much planning.
Probably they have stores in Peru in case I forget my shampoo.
I need to stop fussing, and leave.
Guy is vacuuming the entire house, like I'm already gone, cleaning up all vestiges of me so he can start HIS vacation. He's excited that he gets to watch the Tour de France alone for change, without ...
... last one was just me, but I'm sure the others will see the logic in refusing to continue, once it applies to them. Just wait.)
Believe it or not, one of the best cures for altitude sickness is coca leaves. Hooray for herbal medicine!
Indigenous people of the Andes have been chewing and drinking brewed coca leaf tea for centuries. According to WebMD, which is the reference I always check right after Wikipedia, coca ...