Five Pine Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We got another early start and took the circuitous Hwy 97 to Brooks Memorial State Park.Not being residents, plus the internet reservations, made this the most expensive spot we've ever stayed. It's located in a narrow draw filled with timber and campers about fifteen miles north of Goldendale, Washington. It was quiet and cozy with friendly folks all around.
... tightly weaves it’s way up to the pass. And, if that's not enough, when you crest the pass, you suddenly find yourself riding through a lava field. I think the word for it would be "surreal" (NOTE: For those interested in the history, the lava covers 50 square miles and was formed in a series of eruptions from the nearby Yapoah crater between 2700-3000 years ago.)
From McKenzie Pass we dropped into Sisters, picked up supplies at ...
... Sonic advertisements on TV so we decided to give it a try. I took a picture of the menu just for the boys as they both love hamburgers. We finally found the Shilo Inn. The hotel is on the Deschutes River that runs through the middle of the town and some of the rooms look out over the river. But we were not lucky and did not get a room with a view.
After lunch, we went ...
... Eisenhower, the Allies Supreme Commander congregated his troops for the assault on the coast of France for the retaking of Europe from the Germans).
- In London we will have a chance to meet our distant relatives, Paul and Kass Wysling, for the first time ever. Paul and I have been in contact for 20 years by letters and e mails. We are both so looking forward to our time together on the 22nd of June.
- Portsmouth to Caen by ...
... was even a Gay and Lesbian history museum which, although a bit small, was interesting all the same. It’s hard not to feel lucky growing up when we did in a more accepting time.
The next stop was Haight-Ashbury, aka hippy town. The area is known as the centre of the hippy movement in the 1960s. Now it is a collection of bong shops, op shops, stoners and old hippies. We quickly ticked that off the list and moved on to ...