Shilo Inn & Suites - The Dalles
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... 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.
... of driving, smelling of woodsmoke, I feel as hazy as the Gorge. I need a much deserved hot shower, sorry, no pictures of this either. We splurged on nice dinner at the Baldwin Saloon, founded in 1879. A nice DeChuttes Mirror Pond Ale to wash down a barbecue porkloin. Bobby had the halibut. Check out the updated photos from Wallowa, Two Colors. Today we are head to Yakima and the Newell family cabin. I will update with a few pictures ...
... thick with the surfers. WINDY.
We crossed the bridge into Washington that was so narrow that the toll taker told Ed to fold in his mirror ! YIKES! That was a nail biter. It was 94 with the sun beating down on this metal box. We had a huge scare when we set up. The AC would not come on....we decided a motel was in order BUT the air finally clicked on. Another HALLELUJAH moment. It took hours to cool down. Luckily there were blackberries right behind ...
... State border yet!
The next day we left the quiet and serene of the Cove Palisades for the great northern unknown. As we press north the terrain has gone from unending pines to scrappy Juniper trees and scrub oak then to vast prairies of gold with few trees in sight. The Deschutes, which we first glimpsed in Bend as a little creek, grows into a wide rushing river. We drove north through the middle of the state basically following the river.
We needed a ...
The following day's drive took us through more of Washington state, power generating windmills, fruit orchards (planted in Y-shaped, low-branches style) and vineyards galore, covering the hills and valleys. The temperature started climbing and we reached 30 degrees C for the first time ever on our truck thermometer! By the time we drove through the Columbia Valley wine country and climbed down ...