Oak Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... extreme sport athletes were doing. The river was 'scary rough' and they traversed it with skillful ease.
We stayed in Cascade Locks on the Columbia, which is the only town that the Pacific Crest Trail intersects. The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,663 mile hiking trail from the Mexico border to the edge of ...
... the new official language, he was ousted by Honduran, Salvadoran and Guatemalan troops. Then hung. But first he had his minions set the churches on fire, just in case everyone didn’t hate him enough already.
Seems like an American egomaniac getting elected President of a Central American country would make it into some of the history books. But maybe I wasn’t paying attention that day. Plus, I was ...
... as Bert and re-establish old friends and acquaintances at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery from spring of 2012, Mike & Jil, Hugh, Suzy, Greg, Angel, Carla, Dan, Miranda and other ODFW staff. Our dance card has been full. We will be packing up our RV tomorrow and head south ... first stop Bend OR, then on to Klamath Falls, OR on Sunday as we head South to Arizona and warmer weather.
Connie has gotten fairly proficient customizing the ...
... into the GPS was, of course, not available... so after much digging around, I'd finally found an intersection that seemed overly cryptic - Muddy Creek Rd/NF-100. What is NF, you wonder? National Forest! Mt Hood was littered with roads named NF-this number, NF-that number. Hey, at least they're named and mostly paved! We plugged in the intersection in both a regular GPS and Google maps on the phone, and they didn't agree on how to get there. But not by ...
... steep, but that kept us going quickly. As we approached the timberline, the snow changed to rain, a very cold rain at that, and we ran most of the rest of the way back to the lodge. By the time we got back, we were drenched and freezing. We got back to our room, changed into dry clothes, and almost immediately built a fire. Luckily, the hotel has a washer and dryer so we could dry our wet clothes. After taking hot showers, it was ...
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