Sakura Ridge - The Farm and Lodge
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
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... goes up an octave. My words come out needled and staccato.
Guy remains unimpressed with pre-trip angst. He is like a huge plate glasswindow that birds fly into and die, their little bodies smashing against an implacable surface, then falling lifeless to the ground.
Me: "GUY! I have too much stuff. I keep putting more things in my suitcase! What should I do?"
Guy, with no sense ...
... drugs, sex, religion, health, and politics. Clearly, we're good to go.
(Wait! Where's the sex? You may ask, feeling cheated out of an opportunity for a cheap thrill in a travel blog. Get a grip and refer to our protagonists, 5 middle aged women with oxygen tubes stuck up their noses. 'Nuff said.)
We leave on Monday and we'll be blogging about our adventures as we go. Please follow along. It should be a hoot.
... or airport. But hang on. This is a story about how a sinecure gets her family out of the country for 6 weeks. It takes a while to get to the point, but it's coming.
Meanwhile, it's winter again in Hood River and it's dark pretty much all the time. The sun goes down at 4:30 in the afternoon and barely bothers coming up again after a late breakfast the next day. All I want to do when it's dark like this is eat cupcakes from the Safeway ...
... moving truck had broken down on the bridge to Washington, so we were stuck over the Columbia River for about 20 minutes. I took it as a sign. It was mutual - Oregon wasn’t ready for us to leave and we weren’t ready to go. We loved everything we experienced in Oregon. What an awesome, underrated state. We did make it across to Washington, where it immediately began to rain. Ah, welcome to the Evergreen ...
... was able to get enough reception to check the fire report. Apparently during the recent thunder storms over 900 cloud to ground lightning strikes were recorded and are the culprit for these blazes. 8/2/2014 13 miles (1834) We finally made it to Crater Lake! Alas it is hard to get a good view of it due to the ever thickening haze of smoke in every direction. We have a 27 mile stretch without water tomorrow. We are camping on the rim of crater lake and are planning on ...