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Travel Blogs from Hood River
The Columbia Gorge is famous for all of its waterfalls, and even though we'd covered two on our first afternoon here, including the famous Multnomah, there were plenty left to see.
Our first stop was Elowah Falls. The trailhead was located in what's called John Yeon Scenic Corridor at the very East end of Columbia River Scenic Highway. …
We woke up to a gorgeous fall day in Hood River. The skies were clear, the temperature was in the 40s but rising, and a forecasted daytime high in the low 60s meant perfect hiking weather. We had a wonderful home-made breakfast in the dining room downstairs, which had a huge picture window facing the Columbia River. The fall colors were on full …
"The Columbia River Gorge, which begins just a few miles east of Portland and stretches for nearly 70 miles along the shores of the Columbia River, is a dramatic landscape of mountains, cliffs and waterfalls created by massive ice age floods" - so read the first sentence of my Frommer's guide to Oregon.
One can spend days hiking around …
I am going on vacation again and if it seems
inappropriate, let me just point out that I taught two (two!) classes
last quarter (for a total of 8 credits!), so clearly this vacation is
not entirely unearned.
My friend Sally and I are going to Nicaragua. Sally speaks fluent Spanish so even though I haven't put anything
in my suitcase yet, I feel like I'm already packed.
I have been wrestling with some guilt about this vacation, ...
Had a great 4th of July with Tom & April. They took us to the top of the mountain. Where we had a view of Mt Adams, Mt Hood, Mt Rainier, and Mt St Helen's. Totally awesome view. Saw the Hood River fireworks last night. One more night and we will be hitting the road ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking