Pheasant Valley Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... well fed, or whether we will get lost and then left for dead on the side of some road. Which would be my fault.
But does all this planning require me to be the protagonist of this story? I hope not. I don't think we should be cemented into a particular assignment. Being a part of a family (a part of the world?) involves fearless shifting between roles. We should all get to share the story. We can each take our turns in the ...
... m working while we're traveling, we're not technically on vacation but experiencing real life, so it's as if we're home but better) and he said "That looks great but I'm probably going to get laid off soon so we won't be able to go".
And guess what I did? I cried and called him names and said some things including "You can take our non-refundable airline tickets and suck on them", a statement that startled even me with its vulgarity. Then ...
... to complain about frosting, anyway? I dare you to complain about frosting. Just close your eyes while you eat the damn cake if you don’t like the frosting. Get a grip.
Although yeast is cheap and friendly, like me, it can lack ambition. Sometimes I’ll try to inspire a listless yeast by starting a new batch in a bowl right beside the sad one. I give both bowls the same motivators-hot ...
... We decided to head to Lost Lake, 3100 ft up the slopes of Mount Hood. The Native Americans called this lake "heart of the mountains". The 20-mile drive took us deep into Mt Hood National forest, where we were soon devoured by gorgeous fall colors on all sides. It was as if someone splattered yellow, red and green with a paint brush all around. It was the most gorgeous drive yet, even better than the Historic Columbia ...
... veered off to the left. The 900-ft gain was relatively mellow since it was spread out over more than 3 miles, so it felt easy. A good portion of it coincided with the Pacific Crest Trail, the long-distance trail that goes from the Mexican to the Canadian border along the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountain ranges.
Ramona Falls would have been worth a much tougher hike. The 120-ft fall drapes over a stair-stepped cliff, which creates a very ...