Comfort Inn Columbia Gorge Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Mill, where all of those beautiful blankets and clothing are made. The Wild Horse Casino RV Park came highly recommended by our Seal Beach friends, Patty and Cal, so we booked reservations there. It was quite nice and very open and spacious. We had another unexpected "adventure" shortly after pulling in and getting partially set up. We discovered that our power post was broken, so we had to pack back up and move, this time to the back row, where ...
... sunshine sipping our first margaritas, but it was seven weeks ago already!
The drive through Mt. Shasta area and Siskiyou Pass was lovely, with Shasta standing out brilliantly white against the blue sky (it has obviously had lots of snow on it since we came past in early Jan). We stopped for a salad lunch at a beautiful rest area near Yreka, right on the river; it was warm there, about 18 degrees, so ...
... a little human help exiting the fish's belly. Not one egg is to be left behind.
A sample of 20 eggs from each fish is examined and each egg is individually weighed. The average weight of an egg can range from .15 to .35 of a gram. The weight doesn't matter as much as the weight consistency of the eggs per female. Inconsistent egg weight probably means the gal has been sick at one time or another or is now diseased.
The eggs captured ...
... and handwoven curtains. Ingenious use of materials is evidenced everywhere...proving that good design can be devised with humble materials. Old railroad rails and chain from the tires trucks used to bring other materials up the mountain were made into fire screens, for example. We had an excellent buffet lunch and then relaxed as if we were contemplating a rigorous afternoon on the slopes. The Pacific Crest Trail passes right by the lodge ...
... The landscape changes dramatically as you approach the Portland area....going from almost desert like to lush and green. We look forward to being in one place for a while....it will take a few days to adjust to Pacific time. Abby sees the time change as an excuse to get us up even earlier to eat ...