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... one that picked me up at the airport wearing my skirt? I never should have gotten back together with him after he got out of jail, but I did, and Bleh.
So, this year we have a new kind of trip. A little more luxury and a tad more independence. A new city with new challenges, like not ******* off the friends I talked into traveling with us, because that, too, would be a debacle.
Last summer I spent a ...
... river when a giant landslide fell. This angered the Gods, who destroyed the natural bridge so that the boy and the girl could no longer see each other. Or so the story goes.
Once on the Washington side, we passed two small towns before getting into the forest. A war ensued between the GPS and the phone yet again, with the phone taking us right up to the gravel parking lot, 6 miles after the GPS unit had given up. If Ramona falls was obscure, the trailhead for it ...
... ft or so…
Water from Tanner Creek flows into a settling pond and supplies the hatchery with fresh
water… some of that creek water is directed to the Sturgeon pond… so this pond is supplied clean clear water… and if you walk down to the basement level you can see clearly 30 ft or so into the pond…
Herman is a 70+ year old male who was caught in 1998 and moved to this pond… the fish is now about 10 ft long and ...
... Highway 30 follow the river from Boardman to the sea – nearly 200 miles. Our route took us on the most scenic part – from The Dalles (is this pronounced Dallas?) to Troutman before we turned north over the river into Washington.
When we first arrived we stayed at Memaloose State Park – a pretty park and some of the campsites have awesome views (not ours). There was no access to the rivers edge, but overall it was ...
... minutes. The hike down took only 15 minutes (I really feel i have mastered the down hill walking).
Finished the day back at our campsite. Yes we had to break the five night run of hotels eventually. Well to be honest we did treat ourselves to a cabin, but I'm still calling it camping as we are very near people with tents. I wonder how much I can get for a barely used tent hmmmm?
Side note: Still no sign of my phone?
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