Comfort Inn Columbia Gorge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... when he was in Africa for 2 years with Africa Inland Mission. Their home on 7 Mile Hill outside of The Dalles, OR. They have an incredible view of the Columbia River as it winds by The Dalles. Our kids enjoyed looking down at the city lights at night. We don't get that kind of view at home!
I enjoyed reflecting that the last time I stayed with Gary & Linda was in Mokhotlong, Lesotho. Steven's parents & I stayed with them when we came to ...
... is better in audio that reading the book would be as Janis sings clips of song as she narrates. I didn't think I would like books on tape much, but they are a nice break from the music and it's like reading the book together for Bobby and I. After a bit, you drop into the Gorge. The cliffs appear to be basalt with the occasional pinnacle tower left standing near the edge. At first the river is flat and wide with wetlands along ...
... thick with the surfers. WINDY.
We crossed the bridge into Washington that was so narrow that the toll taker told Ed to fold in his mirror ! YIKES! That was a nail biter. It was 94 with the sun beating down on this metal box. We had a huge scare when we set up. The AC would not come on....we decided a motel was in order BUT the air finally clicked on. Another HALLELUJAH moment. It took hours to cool down. Luckily there were blackberries right behind ...
... camp for the night and there are several Bureau of Land Management campsites around the town of Maupin. BLM campsites tend to be very primitive, cheap and unreservable. So primitive in fact that you can often find a spot at the last minute. The BLM campground “Oasis” happened to be the first one we tried and sure 'nuf, there was a spot of dirt waiting for us right on the shore of the Deschutes river. It seems that taking a guided rubber boat down the ...
... salad topped with heaps of crab) watching the sunset, with bats flitting around us. We are lulled to sleep by the sound of the river and the chugging of trains and their plaintive whistles.
We started our trip last Saturday, July 6. After attending our friends Marian & Jim's daughter's beautiful wedding on Granville Island in Vancouver, we stayed at the Pacific Border Crossing RV Park, where it was an ...