Riverview Lodge

1505 Oak St., Hood River, Oregon, United States | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Hood River

    Setting Goals

    A travel blog entry by ktowell on Dec 29, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... meeting the kids in the family we lived with…we aren’t doing this year.

    I worried about going back to our family in Guatemala because what if we hated each other this time around? That would break my heart. It's fruitless to try to recreate a good time. Shattering. I am 43 years old and I know this from experience: my second summer at Girl Scout Camp was a debacle; and that boyfriend from grad ...

    A Day in the Life of a Fish Hatchery Volunteer!

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 28, 2013

    32 photos

    ... one side and then to piles… all the time being bumped by the trout that can’t see any better than you can in the cloud of silt in the water… On a good sweep a 2 gallon container is filled with rinsed, washed coins… mostly nickels, dimes and pennies… not worth the time of paid staff to harvest… but something that has to be done… The fish biologist on staff says the coins can make the fish sick & they ...

    Falling for Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Oct 14, 2013

    20 photos

    ... mother". Panther Creek Falls was on the other side of the river, on the Washington side in the Gifford Pinchot National Forrest. We first headed back East on the Columbia River Highway, then crossed the river at the Bridge of the Gods, named so after an ancient Native American story. Two Native American tribes were living on each side of the river; a boy and a girl from each tribe took a liking to each other and started meeting up on a natural bridge that had formed ...

    The Green Zion

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Oct 12, 2013

    11 photos

    ... street from this little town's main drag where most restaurants were. For a city this small, the restaurant scene was pretty vibrant, and we had our pick at some very well rated establishments. We chose the closest one to our B&B, Brian's pourhouse, which was super busy. Hood River may be a small town but due to a steady stream of visitors who want to hike Mt Hood, windsurf in the river or take in the natural beauty of the gorge, it is not a backwoods-kind-of town.


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    A Recap Of Our Pleasant Week At The Hatchery

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 08, 2013

    6 photos

    ... pounds per bag and put into a tote. Guess whos job it is to bag the fish. Yep, us volunteers. The freezer is also used by Fish and Wildlife to store "evidence"- that being buck deer heads that are frozen solid. Strange feeling staring at a body less head that is staring back at you.

    Bagging ice cube fish is not so bad but it is colder than a well digger's patootie in there. The very large sliding doors close by force of gravity. When they close it gets VERY ...