Shilo Inn & Suites - The Dalles
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... that comparison in a few months.
Cooked salmon, squash, potatoes, a beet salad and we finished a growler of hard cider for dinner. Then baked pears and ice cream for dessert. A fine meal.
Paul and Bobby allowed Kate and I an opportunity to redeem ourselves at Euchre, but no such luck. Then Paul tried to teach us Settlers of Catan, but again, no such luck. Kate won!
Oh, and it's raining ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... in nearly all the streams. Did I mention WHEAT. How can anyone lack for bread with all the wheat in this country. We passed a processor of wheat with a sign that read they are feeding the world....we learned that most of the wheat grown here is shipped to pacific rim countries for noodles. We travel on to vast, barren areas with canyons and buttes and more scablands. They are poor looking areas of brown. As we travel on and turn south to the Columbia ...
... though it’s a big campground and we were checking in early on Thursday, there was only one spot left that we could have for two nights. This means we have an adventure for Saturday night in store for us, which we think is okay.
If you have a huge fifth wheel, a big-ass truck and a 20 foot motor boat with a trailer that sports chrome rims you would fit right in. Oh, I nearly forgot, you must bring at least 5 kids. Per truck. The place is crawlin’ ...