Comfort Inn & Suites West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... disappoint. The skies cleared about half way between here and Multnomah Falls, so by the time we arrived at our first stop the sky was clear and the view was amazing. You could see the giant waterfall from the road, as soon as we parked and opened the door we could smell what can only be described as "camping". We walked up the short path and saw the amazing view. Dad had suggested we visit this place and it really was majestic. We ...
As we drove over the dam, I was shocked to see how low the water has dropped at Lake Shasta. It's more like "Shasta Canyon" now. Took some side roads to try to get a photo, but never found a good spot to show how it's turned into a creek. Best views are from the freeway, where you can't stop. :(
Had dinner at the Black ...
Wow! What a day today has turned out to be. As I update this blog from the car park in the Washington National Park in Portland, Oregon, we're we have been stationary for the last 4+ hours. But firstly, this morning we had pancakes for breakfast at the KOA, and by about 9:30ish we hit the road. We have mainly finished the majority do all the driving that we need to get done for our road trip, so today we were going to see some of the sights around Portland and then head off to ...
... and granola bars to bring with me as comfort foods while I'm there, I purchased all of my medications and vaccinations, extra T.P., baby wipes and bug repellent, made copies of all of my insurance information, passport, and have several books packed to read on my down time. I am planning on spending my last weekend in Portland doing the things I love to do: going on a couple of long runs, hanging out ...
... a rainforest, albeit with pleasant temperatures and humidity. The trail gradually rises up to a ridge, and then descends via switchbacks down to McCord Creek near the base of the waterfall. Sandy saw a couple smaller cascades and asked if this was a “baby waterfall”. I didn’t think so and we continued on the waterfall. At over 200 feet, it is anything but a baby. The water flows over beautiful cliffs ...