Shilo Inn & Suites - The Dalles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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this was a highlight that we have been looking forward to on the trip for a while before we even left NZ
Left the hotel for a tour of the gorge nice & early 9.30 ish start.
First stop was the Cascade Locks. Tabletop mountain on the Washington side lost half a side of the mountain 500 years ago - this slid down over river …
So Tony & Liz set us up with meat and fish for the chilly bag, sarnies galore, They even have they own meat slicer, nothing done here on a small scale lol, thank you so much.
Quite emotional leaving Tony it's been such a long time since I last saw him.. had a bit of a flood in his ensuite which was upstairs and the water was flowing …
July 31, 2015
Tried to follow the Snake River on the north side although the closest road was on a ridge a few miles from the river. Perhaps the best way to see the Snake is by boat. The Columbia is different since Route 708 from near Pasco and I84 follow the river bank all the way to Portland. I wanted to stop at a State Park like LC State Park but it being a Friday night and not having a ...
... came over the top, we could hear another waterfall in the distance. As we came closer, we caught our first glimpse of Oneonta Falls. It wasn't as tall as Horsetail, but this one had a cave underneath the falls that you could climb into, and the falls would pass over the mouth of the cave. It was really awesome! The pictures and videos came out great. The hike back down fro Oneonta Falls was much easier. Still high, but at least ...
... see the Bald Eagles. We were even able to get a couple of pictures.
As we were getting ready to leave, we noticed some nature trails, so we did a little hiking out to the river. This was a "hike down" path, so we didn't want to go too far knowing we would have to "hike up" to get back to the bike. If we had looked at the sign, we would have noticed the entire hike would have been 6 miles out and 6 miles back, so I'm glad ...