Comfort Inn Columbia Gorge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... because they would swoop in and steal small shiny objects off your picnic table. I was hoping to find one of their brilliant blue feathers to add to my collection, but have not found one yet. I scored a great Redtail Hawk feather in Yellowstone and a Sandhill Crane feather at the ICF in Wisconsin.
Crossing Eastern Oregon heading north toward Washington state you climb a series of rolling mountain passes and start paralleling ...
... 242-feet tall) waterfall, but we were satisfied getting to the bridge mid-way.
Next up, we backtracked West a little bit to pick the Mt Hood Scenic Byway, where more fall foliage awaited us. We went by Wildwood Recreational Area, which was, unfortunately, closed due to the government shutdown. We were a bit bummed out, as we wanted to check out the Streamwatch - an underwater river port that allows you to see life in the Salmon River from a unique angle. Bummer!
... through the Cascade Range forming the boundary between the State of Washington to the north and Oregon to the south. Spectacular..... More of it tomorrow.
The Columbia River Gorge began forming as far back as the Miocene, (roughly 17 to 12 million years ...
... basin area there are huge areas of bright green. In the 50's they completed an irrigation system and now they have huge areas of green surrounded by brown arid desert areas. They only get 8 inches of rain a year here so the irrigation was going big time. They had signs for corn, cucumbers, watermelons near Ethiopia, Wa. I have said for days that I did not know that Washington looked like this and that there are large producers of seasonal vegetables. ...
... the Cove Palisades State park wrapped around the convergence of the Deschutes River and the Crooked River near Culver, Oregon. At the point where these two mighty rivers converge there is a grand lake called Billy Chinook Lake, which was named after a legendary Wasco Native American. This is a huge park and there are two campgrounds here – Crooked River and Deschutes (go figure). The former was much newer and had more room, but the later was closer to the ...