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Travel Blogs from Hood River
... a few kite surfers struggling to get themselves out on the water - pretty impressive once they did get out there though.
Made a stop at East Wind Drive-In back in Cascade Locks. I insisted I needed to have a giant ice cream cone like the ones I had seen when we drove by before. I initially ordered the medium but the woman gave me a fair warning of the sizes so I reluctantly agreed to go with the small. As you can tell by the pic the small was plenty and I think this ...
... we went to Everybody’s Brewing restaurant, I had the most amazing veggie burger with sweet potato fries mmm so so good I could have that now, I’m hungry! So after our lovely lunch and more beer tasting we were whisked away to the Naked Wineries for a wine tasting session! He he, getting tipsy again, in fact there was a lot of drinking on this whirl wind tour of Hood River! From there the drinking continued late into the night, we went for cocktails, pool, and then back ...
... boys through brain waves; I sent messages to them
through my blood. We were our own little planet; we only needed each other. After they were born, we dogpiled on the bed and on the
couch and on the floor at every opportunity, lumped together like a
popcorn ball, glued skin on skin with sweetness. I remember the jolt
I felt the first time they knew a word that I hadn't taught them. I
remember sitting in the car outside their school the first few days
... And when I said "Let's go on a bike trip" did he stop to think about what I really meant? No. No. No.
This Friday, we leave on a bike trip.
Now it's not like I don't enjoy spending time with my family. My family is awesome. A huge kick in the pants. And I like the outdoors. I go outside a lot. I walk outside to the car. I go to the mailbox. I pick grass for our ...
When we round the corner we are greeted by an unpaved street with very deep, unavoidable potholes. It looks like it may have been a gravel road at one time, like a hundred years ago, but hasn't been graded or regraveled since! The Beast is held to less than 5 mph in fear of injuring its occupants patooties or kidneys. Six hundred feet later we are again on black top and a quarter mile later we pull into "The Grotto's" parking lot.