BEST WESTERN Mt. Hood Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the hike, thick dark clouds moved in, at first we thought it was raining, but then the rain turned to ice pellets, and then to snow! So we finished our hike walking through a mini blizzard that came out of nowhere. When we got to the upper ski lift, the storm started to move out as fast as it moved in. I also met a little chipmunk friend, he was a fatty and looking for some food, he must get fed by visitors a lot. He came right up to my feet, then ...
... most visited is the 602 foot Multnomah Falls.
Two stern wheel tour boats also ply the Columbia. One offers day trips and the other a week long cruise all the way to the Washington/Idaho border. Be sure to bring your wallet as the cruises are not cheap.
And don't forget that the Gorge was travelled by the Corp Of Discovery starring Lewis and Clark, and crew way back in 1804. In fact, they camped at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery, long ...
So the post office of Government Camp is only open from 12-4, mon-fri. We are essentially stranded here until Monday, the amount of waiting post for us is too great to bypass it. Certainly not thrilled about the hold up but it is positively out of our control. So we make the best of a sour situation. Tonight we are staying at the ...
... Tunnel falls which the trail literally goes behind the waterfall through a cave tunnel. It was mind blowing. Words can't even touch the beauty of this place. Take a look at the pictures. 8/18/2014 11.5 miles (2155) Today we made it to Cascade Locks, the final town just before Washington. We plan on taking a day off and preparing for the rest of our journey. 8/19/2014 0 day We bought all of our food for Washington and mailed all of our boxes. We are eager to start our last ...
... away from the impending lightning strike when I realized my tent was floating on a three-inch bed of water. My sleeping pad was flush to the ground, possibly thanks to the anchor resting on top, but the remainder of the tent was riding these new waves. *sigh*
Eventually the rain slowed and the water moved on leaving behind a mess, but no damage, no leaks. In the end, an adequate field test for the tent. It passed. Not sure if I ...