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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Water hike” on the way into Oneonata Gorge. I initially had planned to do this one alone. But D saw the pictures and wanted to tag along. Soon after getting to the water, we had to scramble through a “Log Jam of Doom.” It can only be described as about a couple hundred (or more) logs randomly piled together. In some cases, you end up about 15ft above the ground navigating through it. The best part about this log jam ...
... 8212;Jack and Bev were here before I was out of my PJs! Quickly dressed and talked with them for a while. Then Gary called to tell me they were in Moab and they had visited my friend Jim at Outlaw Jeep Rentals. Then he said they would not be home till Thur or Friday! Suzie and I had planned to leave this Wed for San Juan Islands!! Called Suzie who will call her brother and see what will be the next good dates to visit him. It was in the high 90s today ...
... in total goes past 10 waterfalls in total but we were only doing a shorter path. We walked past 6 waterfalls by the end of the 5 miles. But the path was gorgeous again, I could never get sick of hiking through this scenery. Everything is so green and you feel like you're in a completely different world because the trees act as a canopy and are covered in moss so that adds a completely different dynamic. Most of the waterfalls had paths that actually went in behind ...
Our last day in Albany started with a bike ride, then lunch in the pub @ Golf City, followed by 9 holes on their par 3 course. Next on to some Willamette area wineries. This region is most known for Pinot's and C******nays. First up, Benton-Lane Winery, home to 4 of the top 10 wines in the world. Also picked up a yummy blueberry/Pinot Noir jam!! Next up The Pfeiffer Winery, beautiful winery at ...
... ride from Yellowstone to West Glacier was over some really good roads with little traffic and great scenery, although we did have a full day of 550 miles, which is a good day on these curves roads. The KOA at West Glacier was a welcome sight, even though I rode right past it and Greg had to haul me down and redirect me. We had dinner in the campground, which had a surprisingly good restaurant serving breakfast and dinner. Then off to a great nights sleep to prepare us for Glacier ...