Trout Lake Cozy Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dried out my gear, showered and laundered. Thank you God. We will not leave until noon tomorrow, as the weather forecast calls for rain in the morning. It is supposed to snow above 5500 feet. Wow!! It was good to see familiar faces at the grocery store: Treeman, Cookie Monster/Morning Star, Cashmere/Physio, and Wallaby. Yes, Wallaby caught up. That old man can hike. Was hoping to find Spontaneous and HeMan, but no. Maybe they are a day ...
... blackberries in the woods and has been a happy camper picking them (and eating them!). This morning we decided to try and find, on our own without the ranger's "advice", a good trail -- and we did. It was wide, not too steep, and not too many rocks and roots -- a very beautiful trail going up and then down through the forest. Our trekking poles do come in handy, though, and we've gotten pretty good at using ...
... http://www.worldwaterfalldatabase.com/c ountry-tallest-waterfalls/United-States /
There are 14 dams on the Columbia River. We like dams....they're spellbinding. We saw four as we went up river, but there are many, many more in the watershed, which is a ...
... drink wine and watch reality TV, which is fine if I start at 9pm and stumble to bed at 10, but if I start at 4:30 in the afternoon which is the time that the sun goes down in December, I end up committing to about 6 hours of wine and House Hunters and even to me , that is terrifying.
I really really really want to get out of town during the winter. I desperately need to remember that the world is a bigger place than my head can wrap itself ...
... s and then continued on through the Blue Mountains until we hit Hood River. Just passed Hood river and a little way out of Portland, we pulled into the KOA at Cascade Locks, were we're currently sitting I front of the fire, enjoying the amazingly warm and balmy summer night (30+ degrees). The weather change from this morning 17 degrees to what we had today 45 degrees ...