Mt. Hood Hamlet Bed and Breakfast
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... our 2 month stay here… and like times in the past we are working with our good friends Mike and Jil… Mike & Jil just moved from their home in southern CA to a new home at one of the Del Web locations in Reno… And have started to attend mass there…. Low and behold we’re talking ...
... been quite fierce. The roll of thunder doesn't seem to cease. Oregon is awesome. 7/31/2014 26.5 (1797.1) I awoke in camp to find what I believe is a perrigrin falcon perched nearby in a low tree. It was the most beautifully fierce bird I have ever seen. We have started smelling smoke all around us and there is a haze building in every direction. We eventually ran into a crew of forest fire fighters who claimed there were three fires within close proximity to us. They ...
... and he had them replaced in about 15 minutes. We figured we must have gotten into trouble when we left the rocky dike trail and took a grassy path back into the campground. In dry desert settings biker beware.
By this time it was too late to bike so instead we found one of our favorite eateries in Hood River, the Full Sail Brewery and enjoyed dinner on the outdoor deck in the sun, a nice way to end the day.
We arrived at Bonneville Fish Hatchery http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/vi sitors/bonneville_hatchery.asp located in Cascade Locks, OR http://www.cascadelocks.net/ on Sept 15, 2013.
One of the functions of this hatchery is to raise endangered salmon for other hatcheries. The endangered salmon are spawned and the eggs are brought to this facility. The eggs hatch and are raised inside a building used exclusively to increase the numbers of these ...
... 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