Alpine Lodge And Motel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... were forgotten. Beautiful windy roads, cool mountain breezes and the lovely river beside me.
I stayed at Cold Springs Campground (I was alone), next to the river. It has a shower! Well, more like access to a small pool where I went skinny dipping, cooled down and washed off the days road grime.
Thunder and lightning all night, rain off and on, big CRAAACK and a tree limb falls down (luckily not on ...
From the huge grain farms that we had seen on Thursday, the ones today seemed smaller, probably because we were soon in the Nez Perce Indian Reservation area. There was still plenty of grain. Our friends, Jean and Frank, tell us that we didn't see sprinklers yesterday because the volcanic ash is rich in nutrients and the area is wet enough in ...
... rapids had to be in the 6 category - we would not want to be on that river.
Arrived in Cascade in time for Happy Hour, caught up on all the travel tales, and then took a quick ride through town - not much of a town, the only road that is paved is Main Street. We will check out the surrounding area tomorrow.
... numbs my whole body. I can see 17 mountains on one side and 12 on the other. The most mountains I've seen in Atlanta is when I'm laying in my chair at the orthodontist and I can sort of make out Stone Mountain. This week we have to write a paper describing how having the one spot has changed our idea of a home. I have yet to write mine, but I think I am going to use the train as sort of a metaphor, in that it has traveled the country, but it made the decision ...
... in snow. After a hearty oatmeal breakfast, the group headed out for an adventure up the mountain. I led the group and learned just how difficult breaking trail can be. As we were walking we played a little game called Bam Babe. Whenever someone saw a beautiful or awe inspiring sight they would yell BAM! and everyone would call back BABE, then we would stop and take in the beauty of the mountain. Along our path I spotted a big open field and made ...