Whispering Woods Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... covered with Ivy… Last year we removed some Ivy around the RV space we use and that alone was 5 or 6 hours….
We’re here also because of the fish… we’re starting to receive Salmon from the fall run… while we’ve been here… Each work day a semi truck has ...
... the mountain (Government Camp village) was spectacular as when we gained altitude we were driving inside the clouds.
We checked in around lunch time to the Huckleberry Inn and went to a dive bar for a sandwich, a couple of beers and a game of pool (1 all). The bar wasn't particularly friendly so we did a bunch of laundry.
Dinner at a german cafe and in bed early with the hopes of being able to do a hike around one of the trails at the base of the mountain.
... serotonin levels (improving mood, increasing mental alertness and relieving stress)." We took a lot of deep breaths at the falls.
When we left the falls, Search and Rescue was training in the area.
After dinner, Peggy, Linda, and I attended mass at St. John's in the Woods Mission in Welches. It is a small church snuggled in the woods and has wooden benches made of half logs.
We walked/hiked 2.5 miles today.
... Suzi and I attended the Body, Mind and Spirit Expo in Portland, where one of her good friends was a guest speaker. While at the Expo we received sad news that sister Jannie has terminal lung cancer with only 3 to 6 months left. So we immediately left for St Vincent's Hospital to visit with Jannie and family.
On Monday, I had a follow up visit to the VA for my prostate cancer. I received really good news that my prostate gases are ...
... popular driving tour of the beautiful Hood River Valley's farms and wineries and businesses. In season the Hood River Scenic Railroad may be ridden around a good portion of the Loop. The train stops at various places of interest to allow its passengers time to visit and or make purchases. Wineries, farm stands, fruit packing plants, restaurants, a lavender farm, country stores and even an alpaca farm are on the route. This weekend the Pear Festival ...