Prater's Motel

Address: 1306 Oak St, Hood River, Oregon, United States | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Hood River

Columbia River Gorge again

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Jun 04, 2014

33 photos

... time. There are videos with seats interspersed throughout the museum that are on continuous feed. I watched some about women in early aviation, restoration, replication of an early flight. They were interesting and informative.

The museum started with a collection of 40 planes from Terry Brandt. He and his father had made money by investing in the Shockwave Shaker, a system that would grip the trunk of the tree ...

Setting Goals

A travel blog entry by ktowell on Dec 29, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... age children acting as translators, because the moms are still learning English. Those kids are impressive. Maybe by the time our trip is over, my boys can translate Spanish into English for me and then we’ll be able to go the store without fear of humiliation, like normal people. That’s my goal for this trip; to not ass myself while buying groceries. That and to not contract dengue fever, which sounds pretty ...

No Bridge? No Problem!

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Oct 13, 2013

14 photos

... vaguely remembered reading about this, but seeing as the bridge is not normally removed till October (it would otherwise get washed out by the rain), we thought it'd still be in place, government shutdowns and all. Now what? We looked down at the Sandy River, which was quite narrow and not that fast, and shrugged. We've hiked The Narrows at Zion National Park. No bridge? No problem!

It was not long until we reached the part where we were supposed ...

Any Park in a Storm

A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Oct 12, 2013

4 photos

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The Columbia River gorge is the final geological feature created by the Missoula Floods (refer earlier blog entry: Mother of All Floods http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/farnie10/5/1377603798/tpod.html) . As the massive wall of water neared the sea it cut the 130km-long gorge that now forms the border between Washington and Oregon. With over 90 waterfalls on the Oregon side alone, it is ...

Fish Water And The Fruit Loop?

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 21, 2013

25 photos

... they are, get up close and personal with unsuspecting fish folks. Occasionally those brave souls will get bumped by the big fish or they will swim between a person's legs which causes flustered looks and nervous giggles, and giddy squeals, especially by the gentlemen...... er, ladies in the group.

A trip into Hood River and a tour of the infamous Fruit Loop is on the agenda for the day. One might ask what the heck is the Fruit Loop? It is ...

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