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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Today was a marathon style morning and afternoon shift. We saw a large group of equestrians that requested we hold conversation with their horses so to prove we were not in fact wild bears. One horse was not buying our act and almost threw his rider in a moment of panic. Everyone else managed by without incident but everyone's horse left nice fresh organic garnish all over the trail for the next stretch, many thanks. We also ...
... first time (including the time spent turning it around after realizing the door opened out to a tree.)
Later that evening, I even put on the rain fly after noticing that the animals were In a frenzy. I was so proud of my Dr Doolittle self to be disappointed with a little rainfall while camping.
Tip #2: Find level ground for your tent site. NEVER set up in a low spot as water may collect in a rainstorm.
... that comparison in a few months.
Cooked salmon, squash, potatoes, a beet salad and we finished a growler of hard cider for dinner. Then baked pears and ice cream for dessert. A fine meal.
Paul and Bobby allowed Kate and I an opportunity to redeem ourselves at Euchre, but no such luck. Then Paul tried to teach us Settlers of Catan, but again, no such luck. Kate won!
Oh, and it's raining ...
... the eggs of one female are fertilized by three different males. Receiving milt from different males reduces the chance of cross breeding.
The fertilized eggs are now rinsed in an antiseptic, then immersed in the same solution. The antiseptic solution ensures that any left over blood or bacteria is neutralized. The paper bucket is placed in a plastic bucket, the lid with the appropriate label applied and the eggs sit for an hour to water ...
... a good spot for pictures. We stopped for a few minutes and then continued another quarter mile to the intersection with Sahalie Falls Trail (667C). From here, it was about a mile to the next waterfall. The hike was very pleasant, gradually heading downhill through the forest and along a ridgeline above East Fork Hood River. As we got close to the road (OR-35), we were able to see the falls, but not well. A very steep ...