Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort
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... Plate. I had a Shofferhofer and they had a pitcher of Oktoberfest. For dessert we shared a very large piece of Black Forest Cake. If you ever come to Leavenworth, Andreas Keller is the best German food.
Now we headed to the Icicle Brewery again to watch "the game." Seattle played Green Bay. The Brewery has the largest TV in town and it wasn't very busy. Most people have left for home by now. The weekend is over. They have a loft ...
Larry, Derek and I were up and out of the hotel by 8:45 on our way to Sleeping Lady Resort on Icicle Road. Breakfast was at the hotel/motor inn and was pretty typical of a continental breakfast with the exception of the biscuits and gravy. There was a naturalist led bird walk at the resort at 9:00. We met at the Gazebo in the Organic Garden with Heather and her husband and about 15 other people. The garden was full of birds all flitting and ...
... Outlook for good views. Then we stopped at Rowena Point for even better views of the gorge.
We took 30 into The Dalles where we stayed 3 years ago. We stopped at a Rite Aid to get some Zicam for Larry who is getting a head cold. Then we crossed the river on the Dalles Bridge. From the bridge we could see the Dalles Dam and Power Plant. On the other side we stopped at a Hess Park and Celilo Lake to eat ...
So smoky due to the fires! We just wanted to get some air, finding the fresh stuff just south of the US/Canadian border.
We stopped at a fruit stand in Summerland to get gifts. Stopped at the border to give them all of our tomatoes and green onions. Stopped to convert the car's electronics back to miles from kilometers. Finally stopping at Leavenworth for the ...
... all about these really significant important local (dead) people. Mr & Mrs Meeker. She was the wife who built the house and he was - wait for it..... drum role...... a man who fought to get the Oregon Trail remembered. Wow! he didn't even start it. Well we don't suppose much else happens around here so at least it keeps them out of trouble.
We went back to our motel and had to take the disabled room as the beds in all the other rooms were tiny and ...