Inn of the White Salmon
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... for dinner at the Cascade Dining Room. We split a bottle of Timberline Riesling and I had the chicken and dumplings and Sandy had a steak. The food was great, the service was great, and it was mostly on the house (we had to pay for the wine and gratuity). What a great way to celebrate our anniversary! After dinner, we considered the hot tub, but it was outside and it was still raining, so we warmed up a bit in the sauna and then went to ...
... and into the hatchery where they have run into a dead end. The holding ponds are as far as they go. The fish guys are on their three day weekend and the harvesting of the fish will wait until Tuesday morning. At that time the fish will be separated by sex and species. The extra fish will be sold to buyers or donated to the food bank. 75,000 pounds of fish are sold or donated every year.
Unlike the other two trout ponds the new one does ...
Note: I added photos to some of the previous blogs.
Not one thing was funny today!
That takes the stress off me to try to be entertaining.
This park was complete with train tacks near by and lots of toys and places for kids, a mini Disney land. It was 70 this morning, the first I started out in shorts. We left at 9. We find lots of wheat, cows and farm land west of Spokane. We spot two small moose! Excitement!!! There is some sort of ...
(Now, please note that 100 mile bike rides are to Guy, what 6 packs of Budweiser are to me. 'Nuff said.)
When we first got married, I told Guy that I would rather take out the garbage than pay the bills. Rather than appreciating my statement as the hyberbole it obviously was meant to be, he actually thought that I meant I would take out the garbage! For ...
... is a whole three blocks long but sports a population of more than 15,000 souls..... go figger'. It dates back to the turn of the 20th century. From the looks of things the town's businesses are doing well. Its fun to walk around downtown with a least one business peaking our curiosity.
The town is the gateway to the Columbia Gorge. The Historic Columbia River Highway begins at the west end of this burg. We ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking