BEST WESTERN Aladdin Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the threat of volcanic eruption believing his mountain would not do that to him - famous last words . The trail curves around offering different vista of the volcano and toward Spirit lake where you can still see all the fallen trees (after the explosion it was completely covered with all the blown down logs) Since there are of course no ...
Drove 100 miles in 2 hours.
Woke up again to pouring rain and super cold weather, was in the 40's so our hiking plans were foiled.
Plan B was to drive up to the mountain which we did and eye balled the famous Lodge that was built by President Roosevelt in the Great Depression to keep people gainfully employed, was one of those big infrastructure projects that the ...
... But the drive was gorgeous! Mt. Hood. a volcanic mountain, towers above the surrounding hills and was covered with beautiful, white snow. (I was just glad I didn't have to camp in it!)
Finally arriving in Portland, we drove through the Hawthorne District - trippy! Very eclectic and hip. But what we really wanted was the downtown Powell's Books. We took turns going in and browsing while the other sat at a cafe table outside of Starbucks with Ebony. She ...
... which scientists knew to be common, and the east side of the mountain was expanding at 5' and hour. But the scientists didn't understand that it would explode sideways. They knew that the pressure was building, but they expected it to go up!! Maybe you all remember seeing some ash eventually making it's way across the country in 3 days and across the globe in 15!
That day the mountain changed from 9,677' to 8,363' afterwards.
... Nick and Jane’s place was a great respite from the road. They live outside of Battle Ground, Washington on a little over three acres of land. Their house is large and beautiful, overlooking the pond with deck and gazebo. Three ducks, two dogs, one cat and the three birds in the kitchen round out the menagerie. Jane and Nick grow lots of their own food, eat fresh duck eggs and Nick occasionally brews his own beer.
We had a lovely afternoon and ...