Columbia Cliff Villas Hotel
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... a gentle swirl; then wait while they duke it out. After 15 minutes, I select the biggest, bubbliest batch and dump the other down the sink in a Mitt Romneyesque move of decisiveness not found in any other aspect of my life.
My boys are 10 and they don’t need me for much anymore. They order their own books on their Kindles, read the letters to the editor in the newspaper, casually drop terms like ...
... what would happen if those countries actually enforced their limits… and the real numbers were allowed to return.. I can’t imagine what it would be like to see 250,000 or 500,000 fish return to the hatchery… and all the fish that could be caught by the sport fishery in the ocean and river…. We’re at the end of the line… when they reach our coast they are close to the end of their lives…. And have fought a great ...
... got to a break in the trees. Mount Hood was straight ahead, towering beyond the lake in front of us, basking in the sun light. It was a sight to behold! The foliage of the trees around the lake framed the mountain perfectly. We wished we had all afternoon to enjoy the trail that went all around the lake, but alas, we had to head back to the airport. On our walk back to the car, we encountered a pair of Lost Lake ...
... blocked. We both were getting tired, though, and just when we thought we were close to the waterfall, there was another steep ascent to climb. When we finally made it, we were rewarded with a broad curtain of water falling off a 150-ft lava cliff. It was beautiful. Chris snuck in some photos in the mist at the base, but we had to hurry back because we had barely 45 minutes left till sunset, and the shadows start creeping a lot sooner in the forest. By ...