Columbia Gorge Inn
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... again to shed some clothing and headed from the Columbia river and the Oregon border.
We reached the Columbia river at Carson, and followed the river west to the Bridge of the Gods. We crossed the bridge (50 cents) and stopped for the evening at the foot of the bridge in Cascade Locks, OR.
We rode 121 miles today.
... chapter. Norther California!
Northern California was amazingly difficult, I had been walking for 3 months and was only now hitting half way. It was the heat of summer and I couldn't find a way to leave California behind me, so I guess I just kept on walking. I found people to distract me from the monotony. As I slowly trudged thru the beautiful scenery that I had sadly grown accustomed to. I pushed for Oregon, hoping that a new state would bring ...
... the guy at the desk assures us that we wouldn't be able to see anything so we decided to skip it and I am a crossing my fingers that it's not as bad at Mt. Rainier.
We arrived in Ashford around 5:30 p.m. A quick dinner and we are all ready to settle in for the night.
We are staying at Nisqually Lodge in Ashford which is five miles from the Nisqually entrance to the park so it's our base camp for the next couple of ...
... no sweat. However, we had to turn back halfway there -- the narrow, rocky trail kept getting steeper and narrower until it was only about 2 feet wide with a steep scary dropoff on one side. The picture shows the good part of the trail -- you should have seen the bad part! It was scary even with trekking poles! And then on to two scenic viewpoints that overlook a 30-mile panorama of the Columbia River ...
... Falls, a 611-foot-tall plunge waterfall that drops into two major steps, is the tallest waterfall in Oregon. A historic bridge goes across from two rock ledges in front of the falls -- we were able to hike up to it and walk by the falls, getting quite wet. Wahkeena Falls is a curving 242-foot tiered waterfall that falls, then falls, and then falls again -- it's hard to see the very top where the water starts. ...