Holiday Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This scenic overlook on the ridge east of Vantage captures a panoramic view of the sculpture and the Columbia River Gorge. The last time I stopped here was in 2002 at the start of my motorcycle trip around the US. Another tourist, a young retired Navy, said they would fly A1s & F18s through the gorge during training missions about this time of ...
Yesterday and overnight we got a little sprinkling of rain, some wind, and cooler temps. We've seen blue sky for a few days in a row now, a welcome change from the heavy, oppressive smoke, so I was able to get back out and go running for the first time in a few weeks and boy did that feel good!
The cool, fresh air inspired Rob and I to clean the house today, top to bottom. Dusting the bookshelves and washing the walls ...
... Randy made (he likes to cook and is good at it). A friend of theirs Carol joined us for dinner. A good time was had by all.
Our dogs were quite loud as they wanted to chase the horses when they saw them so they were not allowed see them much. We will have a nice visit and leave this afternoon. Randy & Dee have full hookups for their 5th wheel so we have all the comforts of home.
one time sir mix alot even played a free show here...
So, here we are waiting to leave, but first we HAD to camp out for a play station!!!!! Waited in line in the cold for only 6 sweet hours and watched more movies than I have seen all year (on a tiny laptop...I couldn't actually tell you a darn thing about World War Z). My throat ...
... prevent runoff from the barren areas bald from the cutting. I have posted photos of these hills.
Along the way we saw many camping areas with small log cabins tucked neatly in the woods. Then we saw it…the gate to the park. Mt. Rainer National Park. And we drove on in. The road continued to wind around the ever growing mountains and we found photo ops, but not of the great one…not yet.