Hood River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... little else to choose from so I tried their root beer and loved it. The brewery was packed and the pizza looked and smelled incredible, so we escaped without ordering any and headed home for the night. Husb cooked as usual - this time some awesome grilled goat cheese, bacon, and razz pepper jam (sanks Mom).
The next morning, after a quick breakfast of chocolate chip pancakes, we said our goodbyes to ...
... one that picked me up at the airport wearing my skirt? I never should have gotten back together with him after he got out of jail, but I did, and Bleh.
So, this year we have a new kind of trip. A little more luxury and a tad more independence. A new city with new challenges, like not ******* off the friends I talked into traveling with us, because that, too, would be a debacle.
Last summer I spent a ...
... as Bert and re-establish old friends and acquaintances at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery from spring of 2012, Mike & Jil, Hugh, Suzy, Greg, Angel, Carla, Dan, Miranda and other ODFW staff. Our dance card has been full. We will be packing up our RV tomorrow and head south ... first stop Bend OR, then on to Klamath Falls, OR on Sunday as we head South to Arizona and warmer weather.
Connie has gotten fairly proficient customizing the ...
... least marked. Here, no sign of a trail was to be found. We knew that the waterfall was no more than 500 ft from the parking lot, but the lack of signs made us nervous. By some sheer luck, another couple just walked back in our direction, clearly looking for the same trailhead. The girl turned out to be a former US Forest Service employee, and she pointed us in the right direction. Sure enough, a very short walk from the parking lot, the world's most obscure trailhead ...
... of Mt. Hood. Toll Bridge County Park is just south of town and we have never been there. As with almost all of the county parks that we have visited in this state it is well kept and in very pretty surroundings. It even features a campground. We walked the day use area and the campground with the furry ones, fed them lunch and headed back towards Hood River.
We stop at the local Safeway grocery store. The hatchery is 20 miles from here so we ...