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Travel Blogs from Hood River
... But being open doesn’t mean you can manage the logistics.
Like how do you get an overnight package without an address?
Just so happened that my friend called when we had cell phone service on Wednesday. We decided to do it on Thursday, she sent them overnight to the KOA and they received them today, which is Friday. Tomorrow we will pick them up. This is only the second time since we left home that we know where we are going ...
... off the five of us, Captain came along too, brave little thing, today was cold! Well ffffreezing for me! So all rigged up we headed to the water front, Kimberly showed us how to cast the line and we were off! Ha ha I say it like we are going somewhere exciting, nope that was it cast your line and wait. We didn’t wait long before the first fish was being reeled in. Guess who the winner was… ME, ha ha yay I caught the first one and very proud I was too! Not long after ...
... of an invasive cyanobacterial algae growth, probably caused
by pollution, or global warming or tourists. There are 12 towns of
varying sizes sprinkled around the lake and people hop from one to
another by boat. The coffee is fresh, locally grown and wonderful and
Guatemalan Spanish is thought be easier to learn than the Spanish of
other Central American countries because it is relatively clean and
It all sounds pretty awesome--and ...
This winter, when I was really sad because I didn't have my horse any more, or my mom, I suggested that we go on a family trip. Just the four of us: me, my husband and my twin 9 year olds, Toby and Tavish. I heard a cool bit on NPR about rail-to- trails bike trips and they sounded pretty flat, so I mentioned it to my husband, Guy. "Hey Guy, " I said "Let's go on a bike trip together ...
... We love the architecture of the homes. Most are wood frame construction and the architecture is common with that of most other Oregon towns that we have visited. Its has an old fashioned feel to it.
We need to make a Walmart and Safeway run while in town. Our shopping done, we drive the 20 miles back to the hatchery. We have every intention of doing some work when we get home even though it is our day off. I don't think we ever did! We needed a break and took advantage of ...