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Our motel was just off the highway and we managed to drag our tired selves in to register and get to our room. We laughed all the while at all the country decor, that was so kitsch it was "adorable." There was also a special display on the counter which we would address the next morning.
3-Star motel, nice, but with "issues," at least we got some sleep.
... It was a memorable trip since I hadn't seen Steven in 16 months & before we came back home, Steven surprised me with my engagement ring!
On Friday, we journeyed across the Columbia River into Washington State with Gary & Linda to Columbia Hills State Park. We took a hiking trip in the park & got to see multiple sites with Indian petroglyphs. It was very interesting & a perfect day for hiking. The park bordered the Columbia ...
... the the canyon begins getting deeper and the river deeper in color. There is a blue haze in the Colombia River Gorge. Not sure if this is due to the water temperature and the deep gorge forming a micro climate or dust coming down the cliff walls from the high plateau above. The flat afternoon light and the blue haze make it difficult to capture a decent picture, sorry. We made it to The Dalles, a historic town on the Colombia ...
... there for the picking. I picked all I could hold...Ed and Susan do not share my love of them.....something about seeds! This was a no huckleberry day.
Susan wants to add that she was listening to gospel music on her iPod all day and that Oregon is very beautiful. She wants to thank everyone for her birthday wishes. (She survived not eating out today.)
Wake UP out there, this day was a snoozer for the readers!
Wonderful Internet signal!
... big business around here because at least a hundred have floated past.
Our camp isn’t much to look at – rocky, gravelly dirt – with a picnic table and a post that tells us it’s Lucky #7. With Alan’s “discount” it costs us $6 (up from $4 during the week). The view of the river and the constant sound of her rushing by make up for a lack of amenities – plus, big bonus, no kids.
Next Stop: The famed Columbia River ...