Whispering Woods Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... so we were able to get some good pictures. The hike took a couple of hours, and when we got to the end we were in the same place we had seen the guys who told us the trail was too long!
Dan signed us up for a tour of the Leatherman factory in Portland on Wednesday morning, so we stayed near Portland Tuesday night. The tour lasted about an hour and was really interesting. They gave us a coupon to use in the store afterwards, ...
... that at this point in the whole travel process, I feel like more like Gandalf than Frodo, except I bet Gandalf doesn't wake up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat.
I have done a ton of planning for this trip--hours of research and emailing and perusing hand written scrolls by candlelight (kidding about the last). Unlike the Guatemala and the Nicaragua trips when we hunkered down in one place, in Ecuador we are moving ...
... write more… we’re here for 2 months… and we have time to take questions, and answer them here…. BTW we care for 4 trout ponds and 2 sturgeon ponds… the trout are 30 something inches long and the sturgeon are 10 ft long and hundreds of pounds… so ask those questions and ...
... 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.
We are full of expectation as we head for the historic highway that will take us into the world of waterfalls and scenic landscapes! Cameras, tripods, and photographers piled into three cars and we headed for the hills.
First stop was Vista House on Crown Point. (It was one of the most intriguing of the old photographs in my parents' stash). It was built ...