Travel Blogs from Stevenson
... s right on the Columbia River Gorge. There's also great hiking. Too bad we work much to enjoy it. It is pretty far from work however, we don't have cell reception, and it's expensive in comparison. But we will definitely enjoy this once we are no longer posing as homeless people. O and with a hand pump new air bed ...
... with 30 seconds left in stoppage time, in order to tie the game. Instead of waiting a long time to take the train, Sai and I walked to the food cart area and through a Sunday market. I didn’t buy anything but Sai got a new wallet at the market. Finally, we made our way back to Gresham. We waited for a bit at the station before Carol picked us up. I can’t believe that I leave in a ...
... sunshine sipping our first margaritas, but it was seven weeks ago already!
The drive through Mt. Shasta area and Siskiyou Pass was lovely, with Shasta standing out brilliantly white against the blue sky (it has obviously had lots of snow on it since we came past in early Jan). We stopped for a salad lunch at a beautiful rest area near Yreka, right on the river; it was warm there, about 18 degrees, so ...
... lots of leisure time.
Connie and Jim are on duty so why not go to National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother, better known as The Grotto? Well, yes, we think we will. It turns out to be a perfect day to visit as the rain we had last night is supposed to clear out this morning. The weather will be cool so our furry friends will be comfortable while waiting for us in the truck.
We had zero trouble finding The Grotto unlike our first visit in which we relied on ...
Every summer, my sweet in-laws Pete and Nancy spend the summer at their home in Remsenburg, New York and, almost every summer, my little family buys polo shirts at the Nordstrom Rack and flies out to visit them.
This annual journey is terrifying for a number of reasons; most significant is that all four of us- me, Guy, Toby and Tavish- have to leave home together at the same time, without any ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking