Pheasant Valley Bed and Breakfast
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... to Hood River via Rt. 14 in Washington. The route took us back through 5 tunnels and right along the Columbia River. We went to the last Brewery of the day: Big Horse in Hood River. We found a parking lot right next to the brewery. The restaurant and brew pub were on the top floor of a three story building. We got a seat right next to the window so we could see downtown Hood River, the Columbia River, White Salmon on the other side and the bridge ...
... flight. Then I got a text and our table was ready. The bartender was really funny. He and Derek were both wearing t-shirts from New Glarus Brewery in Wisconsin. We got our table and Larry and Derek picked their five beers: Black Irish (like Guiness), Pale Death, Killer Red, Prairie Schooner and Tahoma Kriek. We ordered two appetizers: Juanita's Chips and Jenny's Salsa and Castelveltrano Olives which Derek and I love. We also got a ...
... the best meal I had in Hood River. And with a local cider, came to a grade total of $16.
Tomorrow, I’m heading back to Portland, and then home. I have most of the day in Portland – my flight isn’t until 6pm, so I’m going to the Saturday market, which is an art market rather than a farmer’s market. Should be fun – I’ll let you know.
... whatsoever: "Take something out."
Me: "GUY! What's the biggest thing I have to worry about?"
Guy, decisively: "Dehydration at high elevations."
Me (??!!) : "No, I mean TODAY. What do I have to worry about TODAY?"
Guy: "Forgetting something."
Me, on the edge of panic: "Forgetting WHAT?"
Guy, shrugging: "Something really really important."
... Please take care of this bear". Paddington, whose real, Peruvian, name was "Pastuso", may or may not be the racist symbol of colonialism he has been accused of being, but he unquestionably has a good heart, and that's what counts.
I also remember the pictures in the news in 1992, when then Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, finally captured Abimael Guzman, the leader of the rebel group the Shining Path, dressed him in ...