The Flying Jenny
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews The Flying Jenny Hood River
Travel Blogs from Hood River
We've all fretted a bit about the thin air in Peru. Altitude sickness occurs unpredictably, even at heights as reasonable as 8000 feet.
A common side effect of high altitude is extreme flatulence. (That means *******).
We're prepared though. This blog is all about preparation. We’re like Boy Scouts.
We're prepared because we have drugs--something for the plane, something for ...
... in place. Before a trip he repeatedly asks about departure times, length of the layovers, location of our seats, the features of each aircraft. I suspect that he asks not because he wants to know, but because he wants to find out if I know. It's like a pop quiz. Once when I said that the layover in Atlanta is 2 1/2 hours and he said "NO! It's 3 hours!" and I wondered why, if he already knew, he was asking me again. This technique reminds me ...
... and then I did some quick rescheduling and slotted in a 10 day trip to the Galapagos and if anyone ever implies that my father in law is anything less than a rock star, I will punch that person in the nose with the binoculars that I'm going to use to look for hammerhead sharks swimming around the Galapagos.
(It is perfectly acceptable, at this point, for you to tell me to take my first world problems and suck on them. It's ok. Because ...
... the trained observer I probably still looked like an absolute gum-be. About an hour in I remembered how much I love skiing as the steeper hills seemed to be tackled without to much problem, although I did have 3-4 crashes. Mostly the crashes were not to bad as the ski mounting system is designed to disconnect from your ski boot so you don't break anything...in theory at least. We then went up ...
... I’m willing to let go of. Like when they come home and say “Mom, can I have something to eat?”, my first impulse is to say “Yes, you can. You have arms. Get it yourself.” But when they make the snack for themselves, I feel lost. Spurned. They can’t sit on my lap anymore, so it seems like I could at least make them a sandwich. The other day my Tavish said “Mom! Stop TOUCHING ...
Other places to stay in Hood River
1373 Barker Road, Hood River | B&Bfrom $85
610 Oak St., Hood River | B&Bfrom $75
4240 Post Canyon Drive, Hood River | B&B$130 average
3820 Westcliff Drive, Hood River | B&Bfrom $150
3890 Acree Drive, Hood River | B&Bfrom $130
902 Oak Street, Hood River | 4 star b&bfrom $194
1113 Eugene Street, Hood River | B&Bfrom $119