Shilo Inn & Suites - The Dalles
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... the real claim to fame about Horsetail Falls is the hike up the mountain to Oneonta Falls. The trail is very narrow and steep, and is basically a series if switchbacks up the side of the mountain. It is also VERY rocky, with lots of sharp edges along the path. Luckily it was the first hike of the day, and we still had lots of energy. We made it to the top, though I must admit, my fear of heights kicked in a little near the top.
... and explained a lot about the birds. We were able to take some pretty good pictures. All the birds were disabled in some way so they couldn't be returned to the wild, but they were beautiful to look at. We overheard the handler tell a bus tour group that she would let them in to see the Bald Eagles at 3:30 when it was time to load up the bus. As we finished looking around the museum, at 3:30 we just joined the bus tour crowd and ...
... Bridge. This bridge is 4.1 miles long and stands 400 ft high. 0; Of course, we would pick the time to cross when they were doing a little bridge work. There was only one lane of traffic where they were working at the highest point of the structure. And like most long bridges over water, the bulk of the bridge is just above the water, and there is a steep rise form the water level section to the 400 ...
... park ranger guide even pointed out across the river where the end of Oregon Trail had been.
Gary succeeded in expanded our kids culinary horizons. He got them to try Salmon he had smoked. Hunter, my pickiest eater, actually liked it. He also grilled up some salmon & some venison steaks. Both were tasty & Kailtyn enjoyed the venison. Ainsley stuck with the hot dogs!
On Saturday morning, we loaded up again & headed towards Seattle.
We rented a small house next to a pear orchard. Most pears are grown in Oregon and Washington. There are a lot Comice, Bosc, Red Anjou, French Butter, and Bartlett pears. Not to mention, Asian, Sekel, and the regular Anjou.
I like pears, they have special cells called stone cells that give them grit. A little grit in life is good. We should all grow a pear like Oregon and Washington.