Inn at the Gorge

1113 Eugene Street, Hood River, Oregon, 97031, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Hood River

    Family time

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 03, 2014

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... guilt. Unlike frosting. Frosting usually requires a ton of butter and I never throw a batch out, no matter how bad, because after committing $3 worth of butter to a recipe, I just can’t let go. Plus I’ve found that if I keep adding powdered sugar, most any frosting will agree to glue itself to a cake eventually. At least to the top of a cake and especially if I keep it out of direct sunlight. And who ...

    A Day in the Life of a Fish Hatchery Volunteer!

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 28, 2013

    32 photos

    ... water.. and hardens the egg can’t be fertilized.. lets say a female has 4000 eggs, in the wild only about 80 will make it… in the hatchery where they are fertilized then washed and then have water added…. 3800 will survive….

    Now its off to the Hatchery…. The eggs are moved in the buckets to the Hatchery.. the bucket of eggs is poured into a tray with a fine wire bottom… the label on the bucket ...

    The Lake in the Heart of the Mountain

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Oct 15, 2013

    4 photos

    ... We decided to head to Lost Lake, 3100 ft up the slopes of Mount Hood. The Native Americans called this lake "heart of the mountains". The 20-mile drive took us deep into Mt Hood National forest, where we were soon devoured by gorgeous fall colors on all sides. It was as if someone splattered yellow, red and green with a paint brush all around. It was the most gorgeous drive yet, even better than the Historic Columbia ...

    No Bridge? No Problem!

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Oct 13, 2013

    14 photos

    ... back to the Pacific Crest Trail and the return to the trailhead. This part of the hike was the most beautiful. The proximity to the creek meant green, lush, mossy surroundings dotted with red and yellow-colored trees; a big cliff stood guard on the other side. It felt like another world.

    By the time we got back to the trailhead, we could feel the 7-mile round trip in our legs, but we had just enough daylight left to take a crack at a shorter, ...

    Our First Two Days At Work

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 02, 2013

    23 photos

    ... visitors a year and 99% of them police their own trash and probably pick up a loose piece of paper or two to boot.

    The place isn't spotless at the end of the day but is pretty darned close. Almost of the loose trash we pick up is located in the parking lot. Yesterday we must have had some visitors from Southern California. We retrieved a dirty diaper out of the bushes, little packets of catchup off the lawn, and an obvious mixed content ...