Travel Blogs from Stevenson
... be snow, and the Polar Express story is to be lived in "real"! See https://www.mthoodrr.com/mt-hood-polar- express.html
That was fun! It started to snow, we went to the library where Dana rented some movies, had some shopping at Safeways, and finally got back to the hostel.
That day, I decided to make pancakes, or I should say, crÍpes, and it seems Dana and Stuart appreciated ;-)
Time goes by so fast...Only two days left here!
We took a familiar route, through Sweethome, over Green Peter Dam, into Detroit where we stopped for a greasy burger. Still trying to eat better than we used to, we split a double burger with a side salad. Up through Breitenbush and over more of the truly great Oregon scenic roadways. Then, somewhere north of Detroit, I should have turned on the GPS. I missed a turn. Once we got back on track - without taking the 20 miles of dirt road option - we ended up about two hours off of ...
This is a long winded entry. I haven't made an entry since Memorial Day so please bare with me. Both host families agreed to work all four days of the extended weekend as we anticipate being very busy. After all, the hatchery is a destination for a lot of folks as it is a beautiful place to visit and the price is right- no fee at all.
Our Boss, Hugh, has an unexpected but pleasant surprise for us. He gives each volunteer family a $50 gift certificate to the hatchery gift shop. ...
... finished edging the ivy. I also weed wacked a large area next to the chain link fence that separates the dam/hatchery entrance drive from the landscaped grounds of the hatchery.
Did I mention that the Oregon liquid sunshine has returned? Well, it has. It rained for six or 8 hours yesterday between 0600 and 1400 hours. We tried to observe the solar eclipse last evening through an overcast sky. Jil swears she saw it and I really didn't. The ...
... of heads that look a lot like buck deer sitting on the floor. They stare at you as you walk into the freezer and stare at you as you leave...... We have been invited to use this freezer to store our frozen food if we would like. Uh, NO LIKE!
Our work day started at 0630 hours this morning and ended shortly after 1600 hours. That's long enough for a couple of 20 hour a week volunteers, don't you think?
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking