The Cabins Creekside at Welches
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... basalt separating me from the base of the creek. I scouted left and right a bit, but there was no easy way down. It was complicated further by the soggy conditions, so I decided to leave that for another trip someday perhaps. The rain began to ease as we hiked back to the car which allowed us to dry out a bit.
Next we backtracked a bit, and then headed back across the river to Cascade Locks over "The Bridge of the Gods" to where ...
... serotonin levels (improving mood, increasing mental alertness and relieving stress)." We took a lot of deep breaths at the falls.
When we left the falls, Search and Rescue was training in the area.
After dinner, Peggy, Linda, and I attended mass at St. John's in the Woods Mission in Welches. It is a small church snuggled in the woods and has wooden benches made of half logs.
We walked/hiked 2.5 miles today.
... 8230; etc… they also have baffles… or bulkheads in the tank to keep the water from sloshing around…. Each tank has the ability to agitate the water to absorb oxygen from the air… a circulation pump….. in some cases the ability to cool the water…. And in all cases someway to add oxygen to the tank to allow for transportation of more fish in a confined space… I took a trip on one of these trucks… when ...
... on the TV's Diners, Drive Ins and Dives. We travel to Troutdale and have lunch at Shirley's Tippy Canoe. This place is as much a bar as a restaurant so it is frequented by folks that prefer to eat and imbibe in drinks stronger than root beer. The food was good but the portions were a little more than we could handle.
The Tippy Canoe is located on the Scenic Columbia River Gorge Highway which at one time was the only road through the Gorge. This two lane highway was ...