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Travel Blogs from Hood River
... 8221; As my gut seized from that sucker punch, I said the only thing that came to my mind, “Can I make you a smoothie?”
All the good parenting manuals in the world preach that healthy families eat dinner together. I struggle with that. Part of the problem is that dinner is at night, and generally by night time, I’m tired and I want to sit on the couch and not in some upright wooden chair. ...
... letting us know exactly how powerful the falling water can be. What a great start to the day!
Next up was Horestail falls, a couple of miles West from where we were. The lower Horestail Falls were plainly visible from the road. Our innkeeper had told us that we can walk behind the upper portion of this waterfall, so we climbed a short but steep trail to the Upper Horsetail Falls, also sometimes called Ponytail Falls. The trail passed a cavernous area ...
... switchbacks. Remember Walter's Wiiggles, the set of 22 switchbacks at Angel's Landing at Zion? We certainly did climbing up to Multnomah. It was as if we were visiting the lush, green cousin of Zion. Well, green with lots of fall colors around! We'd come to the right place to get our changing leaves fix!
The overlook at the end of the trail didn't disappoint. The river feeding Multnomah looked small and unassuming, until we saw a the actual drop off at the top of ...
... the Gulf of Alaska and spun around gathering up moisture. Well, well, lookie what I found, the storm said to itself. A bloomin' typhoon! Typhoon Pabuk slid passed the Japanese Isles and headed north, losing intensity the farther north it went. What it didn't lose is a lot of moisture. It incorporated into the large Alaskan storm which now became a mega storm. Rain to 10" has been predicted for the coastal mountains and Cascades with 4" in the valleys. Winds ...
... not resistant, because I would remember that. When he tries to
thwart me, I am like an elephant.
I hate leaving home but I love to be gone. I freak out the last few
days before I go, but once I get to my gate, I'm fine. Plus I
usually have some whiskey in the car on the way in, so that helps.
Travel Tip: Don't put whiskey in plastic waterbottles! The
flavor never comes out and the bottle is ruined. Paper coffee cups