Skamania Coves Resort

Address: 45932 Hiway 14, Stevenson, Washington, 98648, United States | Hotel
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      Simply Gorge-ous

      A travel blog entry by tswine on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      We drove along the Columbia River to our campsite in Stevenson, WA just across the Bridge of the Gods. The landscape changed drastically from arid hillsides to tree-covered rocky cliffs as we drove west. There are railroad tracks along the river on both banks with a highway flanking each track. Kinda spoils the pristine views but all in the name of …

      Back to Beacon!

      A travel blog entry by jsholm on Jul 03, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      So we have come full circle and have gone back to Beacon Rock State Park for camp number six. The 4th of July weekend has been booked for I'm assuming months at the other campgrounds so we were lucky to find a great spot at the nonreservable beacon rock. This is by far our favorite campground. Much more private ...

      A trip home

      A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Nov 06, 2013

      ... the cancer is either gone or in full remission at this point. Suzi and I wanted to celebrate, but we had to teach a First Aid Class Monday afternoon. Suzi's brother, Donny drove down from Seattle, and we were able to get together with him for a great pizza dinner before he returned home.

      Tuesday was another busy day with a Basic Life Saving Course for Health Care Providers on Tuesday morning followed by a United Way meeting in Vancouver. ...

      Fish Water And The Fruit Loop?

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 21, 2013

      25 photos

      ... Oh, for young eyes again. We walk the road with railroad tracks imbedded into it, traverse the trestle and enter a parking lot--- for automobiles. When did they build this recreation area? Take the path down the steep hillside and you are at the confluence of Tanner Creek and the mighty Columbia River. Who'd a thunk it? Sheesh!

      By the way, went walked down to that rocky beach at the confluence and the scenery was spectacular.


      Remind me why we are going?

      A travel blog entry by ktowell on Jan 10, 2013

      10 comments, 1 photo

      ... boys through brain waves; I sent messages to them
      through my blood. We were our own little planet; we only needed each other. After they were born, we dogpiled on the bed and on the
      couch and on the floor at every opportunity, lumped together like a
      popcorn ball, glued skin on skin with sweetness. I remember the jolt
      I felt the first time they knew a word that I hadn't taught them. I
      remember sitting in the car outside their school the first few days