Shilo Inn & Suites - The Dalles
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... better in audio that reading the book would be as Janis sings clips of song as she narrates. I didn't think I would like books on tape much, but they are a nice break from the music and it's like reading the book together for Bobby and I.
After a bit, you drop into the Gorge. The cliffs appear to be basalt with the occasional pinnacle tower left standing near the edge. At first the river is flat and wide with wetlands along the ...
... as the sun had just peeked out from underneath the clouds and was setting behind Mt Hood. The Columbia River was sprawling in front of us, and the volcanic peaks to the North were in the backdrop.
From there, it was a very short drive to the town of Hood River. The town of barely 7,000 people will be our home for the next 3 days. Our super charming B&B turned out to be kept by a pair of elderly Yugoslavians, who made us feel right at home, We were just a few blocks ...
... that exist today, flooding the river as high up as Crown Point.
Crossed the 'Bridge of the Gods'. Took a ton of video footage but not many stills - so you'll have to wait for the youtube video. Finished off a great ride with a good Thai feed and a few 'stouts' in ...
... and the landscape is so barren. I suppose rock does not absorb much water. We stopped at the Oregon welcome center for brochures and the lady brewed us fresh coffee, free. We saw an osprey nest with two birds. We passed large lumber processors. We also stopped at The Dalles Dam and the the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center, before heading to White Salmon, Wa to Bridge RV park. This part of the Columbia River is the Wind Surfing capital of WORLD. The ...
... Yea, go ahead and reread my note about kids.
The park is nice enough and if you are into water sports – this is the place! On the downside, it is quite a hike down to the river, the water is an opaque green and cold, and the lack of vegetation means that you camp in the dust. In dust we trust!
Speaking of Burning Man, we’re pretty sure we won’t get there. There is only a month till the Man burns and we haven’t crossed ...