Imperial River Co.
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... When we finished Wahkeena, our next stop was Bridal Veil falls. This waterfall is not visible from the road, and you have to hike about half a mile into the woods to find it. This is a lso a downhill hike, where you do the easy downhill walk to get to the waterfall, and then there is the long walk uphill to get back to the bike. Jody was feeling adventurous, so she did some rock climbing and tree climbing to get some good ...
Today we set off up the Columbia River Gorge which is the border between Washington and Oregon states. The river is the largest in the Pacific Northwest and is over 2000km long and rises in the Canadian Rockies. There are several hydroelectric dams in the 100km as we travelled upstream on the Washington side. We stopped at the Bonneville Dam and visited the salmon gates which allow salmon and other fish to navigate upstream through the ...
They never tell you how much reflection time you’ll get when you’re done
with school. They never tell you how lonely and boring it is to be done
with school, to not have to be somewhere at every second of the day,
constantly going to class, doing homework, having social hour, working
out, trying new things. They never say how depressingly lonely and real
the “real” world is.
Well, fortunately for me, with boredom ...
Technically the Columbia River Gorge eastern edge stops at the Deschutes River where we are camping. At least that is what the sign says.
In reality it changes form. Widens out. flattens a little and is very, very brown. Late in evening and early in the morning, the sunlight hits the grass and you think you are ...
Thursday morning we loaded up, said our goodbyes to the beach, & headed inland to The Dalles, OR. Along the Columbia River between Portland & The Dalles, there are several scenic drives & waterfalls. We stopped first at Wahkeena Falls which is a 242 foot waterfall. We hiked up a .2 mile trail to a stone bridge which crosses the falls. You were close enough on the bridge to feel the spray from the falls. Reed enjoyed getting wet!
Our next ...