BEST WESTERN Mt. Hood Inn
Travel Blogs from Government Camp
... box and the jaws lock, attach the emergency brake cable and safety hitch pin, plug in the umbilical cord that actuates the brakes running lights and brake lights. Next raise the landing gear, load the landing gear blocks, stow the chock blocks load the furry ones, take a lap around the rigs to make sure that we have everything and everything is in its place, load ourselves in the truck and we are off. EZ Peezy. Just don't forget any one of those things, comprende?
Back to ...
... to get the passenger windshield wiper for the RV that we lost in Boise, ID replaced.
In reflection, one observation that continues to play out time and time again in every location we have traveled to, is the reliability in which I can and will find Rednecks and good americanized Mexican food provided by a host of Latinos. There you go folks…Rednecks and Latinos ...
... cowboys and Indians land. Beautiful and poignant too. Then we were in the shadow of Mount Hood and some awesome sights of peaks. Scottie chose a campground that turned out to be a winner! Aside from the rain and the cold, the site at Lake Trillium was perfect! Basic campground - no hook ups - but an old growth forest surround a lake, under Mt Hood (that was sadly totally blanketed ...
... McCall, Idaho via Walla Walla, Washington. We have heard good things about the town so we will go a little out of our way to get there. It is 200 mile drive from here. That leaves us most of tomorrow afternoon to have a look-see, as my pappy used to say. Walla Walla bills itself as the friendliest town in America. Most people who have been there or live there agree.
This evening the Boss gathered his two host families at the hatchery office for the purpose of opening up ...
Vista House sits atop Crown Point 733' above the Columbia. The structure, completed in 1918
was derided by locals as the "100,000 Dollar Outhouse". The structure was reconditioned to its original magnificence in 2005. Vista House is a popular stop for travelers as it offers views of Portland and Vancouver to the west and the Washington side of the gorge to the east.
The old highway ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed