Pheasant Valley Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We drove through the valleys of the mountains to arrive at Columbia River Gorge this time. It was very scenic.
Our first stop was the Western Antique Airplane and Automobile Museum in Hood River. It has one of the largest collections of still flying antique aeroplanes and still driving antique automobiles in the county. The museum included motorcycles as well. This museum takes up several hangars at an airport. ...
... realized (in the middle of the night last week) that I will have to go to the store to buy food to cook in that kitchen. Where’s the store? How will we get there? Can someone please convert the price to dollars so I know how much I'm paying? Then translate the numbers? Does anyone realize that I don’t speak Spanish?
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... move to a second gate and are photographed a second time…. Then move into a clamp, and a set of special clippers (big finger nail clipper looking tool) comes down and clips off the fin… a final 3rd photo checks to make sure its gone…. If the machine misses,… a fish is too small or too large… the fish is passed to a person who checks or clips the fin…. Than back to the pond…. To be fed and ...
... the bottom part was to be left in a box, and the top part was to be displayed on our backpack. Legal disclaimer: I am hereby not admitting to any wrongdoing. I'm just saying we knew there were no rangers around because of the government shutdown, and we didn't have a pen...
What was more bothersome than not having a pen was a big pink sign taped to the lower part of the board. "Ramona Falls seasonal bridge has been removed. 9/22/2013." Uh, ...
... they are, get up close and personal with unsuspecting fish folks. Occasionally those brave souls will get bumped by the big fish or they will swim between a person's legs which causes flustered looks and nervous giggles, and giddy squeals, especially by the gentlemen...... er, ladies in the group.
A trip into Hood River and a tour of the infamous Fruit Loop is on the agenda for the day. One might ask what the heck is the Fruit Loop? It is ...