Travelodge Troutdale / East Portland / Gresham
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We drove to Troutdale to begin our drive of the Columbia River Gorge. It is a very scenic byway of the Columbia River.
Our first stop was the Portland Women's Forum State Scenic Viewpoint. This is the start of seeing Washington State across the Columbia River.
Stop #2 - Vista House and Crown Point State Scenic Corridor
Stop #3 - Latourell Falls at Guy W. Talbot State Park. This is a 249 foot waterfall. Gary ran ...
... of the smaller sturgeon and rainbow trout… If the jacks are gone in a few hours, we add back a few more jacks a few more days later… so that we have good growth and we keep this large fish healthy…
If you watch the people who are watching Herman and the rest of the Sturgeon and Rainbow
trout... you’ll see how amazed they are of these big fish… Bonneville Fish Hatchery and Sturgeon Center call that the 'Herman Fan Club’. ...
Today we backtracked on I-84 along the river about 65 miles to The Dalles to see the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, a museum that interprets the formation of the river and Gorge...think volcanos, floods, the Ice age. Also cultural finds and evidence of early settlers. And an exhibit of the supplies and equipment Lewis & Clark took on their expedition... After lunch we visited the Bonneville Lock and Dam at the town of Cascade Lock and learned ...
... up some local fruit and picked our own lavendar - which is making the car (and now the hotel room) smell divine!
It was then back onto the 84 and up the 205, across the 14 (after a little misunderstanding) and then up the I-5 (a couple of times as Julie wanted to take a picture of a church by the side of the road)
... minutes. The hike down took only 15 minutes (I really feel i have mastered the down hill walking).
Finished the day back at our campsite. Yes we had to break the five night run of hotels eventually. Well to be honest we did treat ourselves to a cabin, but I'm still calling it camping as we are very near people with tents. I wonder how much I can get for a barely used tent hmmmm?
Side note: Still no sign of my phone?