Portland Inn

Address: 1147 N US Hwy 27, Portland, Indiana, 47371, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 1147 N US Hwy 27, Portland.
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Travel Blogs from Portland

When the Volcano Blow

A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 23, 2014

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Adams fork
There was some trepidation in selecting this camp ground
due to its location I. The central cascades. There was still sone
concern about forest fires on the eastern side of the mountains but that
doesn't mean that the mountains wouldn't be rainy. The sites are cheap
enough that adding Thursday night to the reservation wasn't a big deal
and since Benita and Mike were going down on Thursday anyway, they
would be able to get two ...

Hike on Johnson's Ridge to View Mount St Helens

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Aug 23, 2014

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... join us as well. It was a gorgeous day and not too hot as we hiked. We had gotten up early to go, breakfast was supposed to be on the go, but Candae prepared quite a spread for us so perhaps we started out a little later. Our time was further delayed by the bad coffee we got at a coffee shop - it was very watery. Lolita - or was it Candae - told them about it and we got new cups - I think ...

Mowich Lake Getaway

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 23, 2014

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I looked at a map a few years ago and followed a road to where it ended and it ended in a place called Mowich Lake. I have never been here. Didn't know what was here, but always wanted to find out. Luckily Claire was up for a short adventure today and we left our house at about noon, passed through Wilkeson and Carbonado. A few miles out of Carbonado, we hit a gravel road and traveled 17 ...

Majestic Mt. Ranier

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

7 photos

... breaths trying to get this memory deep within me for forever. We drove to the Inn at Paradise and I took more pictures of the beautiful and abundant wildflowers and, of course, Mt. Ranier. The trail we were riding was one big loop and now it was descent time. Back into the massive forests. As we rode along, I studied the forest floor. Everything that had fallen into the shade was consumed by a thick coating of ...

Mount St. Helen's

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 07, 2013

21 photos

... St. Helen's erupted, she spewed 150' of ash over the whole valley. The ash totally buried the river. Over the years since then, the river has come back to the valley, created from the melting glaciers and rain, but it is taking an entirely different route than it did before the eruption. The river has cut through the ash layer, leaving the banks of the river black with ash.