River House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we knew the map wasn’t to scale. So we bounded off into the forest along this trail.
The description provided in the leaflet said that the trail should go steeply uphill, which it did. It also showed a path joining from the right quite quickly after setting off, which it did. It’s final key detail was that the path would follow a long left turn, before kinking right and joining the short 0.3 mile path we intended to take.
... through the various exhibits. T'was fascinating!! We saw STUFF, stuff that dates back to 3-400 BC and paintings from the 1500 to the present from a variety of names I know you would be familiar with like Picasso, Monet, Chagall. The etching included in the attached photos is by Picsso and is in their themed area about food and poverty. It is an amazing print; the first he ever published. It is very accomplished with a lot of subtle touches and very expressive of the ...
... The guy had us in stitches telling us about the letter he just wrote to a swanky hotel that they had stayed at in San Francisco because of some issues with the valet service. The guy had such a dry sense of humor that was hilarious. What Fun!
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We made it to our campground kind of late in the day. It was great to see Bess and Terry. They were working for Oregon Parks as tour guides for the light house, so we got a wonderful private tour from Terry! I am sure he was the best guide there! It was an amazing sight. The glass was original and incredibly beautiful. It is one of the most photographed lighthouses in Oregon and I can see why! It sits on the most picturesque out cropping and there is a bed and ...
... let us see many of the specimens that have been gathered here - a significant dig for the "Age of Mammals". Interesting and educational... it would be a great school field trip for "change over time"! We found out that this area was named for an early immigrant, John Day, who was robbed of everything, including his clothes, at the site where this river joins the Columbia.
Leaving the fossils, we drove through a few small ...