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... the river & pine trees.
Walked up & down a few blocks in Cascade Locks. Very small town.
Checked out just before 10 AM. It was 74 & sunny. Headed back east on Rte. 84 & went through Hood River and then got on Rte 35. Great views of Mt. Hood... so majestic & snow-covered.
There are huge orchards in this area & route is called The Fruit Loop. Saw apple orchard with mountains of white, plastic ...
... Biscuits and served southern cuisine with a focus on fresh baked biscuits. We both opted for the “Wedgie” sandwich: fried chicken, fried green tomato, and a wedge of iceberg covered in blue cheese dressing, all served in one of their delicious biscuits. It was wonderful. So good, in fact, that we ordered four more biscuits and sausage gravy to take home for breakfast tomorrow.
Our last stop was in Washington Street Park and the Hoyt Arboretum – an ...
Happy Easter everyone! What goes best with Easter Sunday, just a nice little Frisbee tryout. As I said last night, I got up at 6:30 in the morning, because I had to bike into Gresham, to catch a train at 7:55, to get to a bus stop at 8:40, in order to catch a bus at 9:00, to get to the fields by 10:00. I thought I was going to go to Lewis and Clark practice, but instead I went to a mixed team tryout. At this tryout, I met ...
... the recent snowstorm which came through earlier in the week dumped quite a bit of snow on Mount Hood – all the way down to the Timberline Lodge, which is quite close to here. He points up to the mountain, and says the Timberline Lodge is, well, where you can see the timber line… hmmm….
I report our conversation back, but we thought the Timberline Lodge was miles away – Google Maps to ...
We are home safe and starting the unpacking, yard work and all the other projects were needed when we left. I would like to summarize our thoughts about the trip and show some of our favorite pics.
Generally we loved the trip -- but it was an adventure not a vacation. We had challenges along the way and dealt with each and returned stronger than we started - covering over 2400 miles in four days.
Our major ...