River Run Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the things I am not sure I can complete or achieve I am most attracted to, I mean “what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger” right?
So, on such a night I called my very old and wonderful friend to do a
reality check. One reason I decided to call McKenzie instead of many
other numerous friends is because she is the most positive and
optimistic person I know and I thought that if I called her I would get
the answer I wanted most ...
... writing with the intention of someone other than the writer. There can be no writer without a reader. You are the yin to our yang. Onward. We arrived Saturday morning in Government Camp around 9:30. Plenty early enough to catch the limited Saturday post hours of operation common in most small towns. Not in Government Camp though. No Saturday post hours at all. So we are now forced to layup in town until Monday noon when we would finally be able to collect our three ...
... too. They have year round snow skiing. Some help with man made snow but a high enough mountain to keep it from melting too fast. The lodge was built in 1937 and it took 500 men & women 15 years to build it by hand. They refer to it as the million dollar castle in the clouds, a mile-high architectural wonder. Mount Hood was beautiful too. After our scenic drive, we met Jerry & Ginsong for dinner. It was a lovely ...
... was warmer than usual. It is a volcano under there after all.
The North Waldo Campground, overseen by the National Forestry Service, sits on the edge of the lake – you can imagine how great the view is – definitely the best view so far from our campsite! The landscape is completed by some pretty awesome conifers that sport Lorax (think Suess) style mossy mustaches. A million dollar view for only $10 a night.
After Waldo we set out in ...
... this is the place to be as there are five rivers you can raft on, all of varying levels of difficulty!
On the drive toward Bend, I found it fascinating that we were in the high desert but could look off in the distance and see a number of mountains with snow. We were able to see Mt. Hood, the Three Sisters and a couple other mountains. On an interesting side note, we've now seen two sets of Three Sisters, these here ...