Cascade Locks KOA
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We spent 3 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. It is centrally located, strong signal on the wifi, shaded grounds, friendly crew and even pancake breakfasts in the morning!
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After a good cup of coffee, Jim fixed us “great” bacon, eggs, toast and fruit. Not much left on the plates. We packed up out things and Jim & Mary Ann helped us return our things to the coach. There was a minor crisis when Jim noticed an electrical circuit was off, but none showed off in the panel. After scratching our heads we …
What a magnificent sight the Columbia River Gorge is! It's BIG, beautiful, dramatic, windy and has the wide, fast moving Columbia River running through it. There are mountains surrounding it with Mount Hood located just south of Hood River. (Mount Hood is the only ski center in the US that has lifts operating for year round skiing).
... we reached the trailhead, we were the only car left. Phew! We continued our drive north on Highway 35, with Mt Hood now clearly visible behind us, and Mt Rainier towering ahead.
10 miles and 1500 ft gain on our first day? Not bad, not bad. What a fool I was to think that this would be a leisurely experience compared to visiting Zion and Bryce National Parks. (Sigh). Hm, at least we don't have to get up at 5:30 am to beat the heat! :)
Part of each pre-trip freakout is me questioning why I thought going
away was such a great idea in the first place. Maybe because vacations should be deserved; I should earn my trips by being a
diligent employee or by being a kind and sympathetic wife. Or maybe
clean. Or slender and athletic. Or at least not lazy. PretripTip: Go anyway.
Another part of every pre-trip freak is a random shopping spree. This
weekend, I bought ...
... pantry, their emotional reserves. Pete and Nancy are civilized people who read the paper, eat their meals at the table and use napkins. They went to Ivy League schools and belong to the Country Club, the Yacht Squadron, and upon occasion, the Republican Party. Once, a few years ago, we were trying to join them at their table for dinner and things weren't going that bad. We were all seated at the same time, ...