The Dalles Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Unlike yesterday the snow today was light, fluffy and deep, it was like skiing around the sides of a huge snow cone, and for anyone who hasn't been skiing in a snow cone is allot of fun. After the fun of the slopes I took the opportunity to catch up with my washing prior to heading into the wilderness. Tomorrow I hop back on the bike and head towards Yellowstone National Park via Grand ...
... a lava flow, with Ponytail Falls towering right above. It was a completely different world up here, away from the hustle and bustle of the road not too far behind us. Very few of the many visitors to Horsetail Falls made the trek up here, not knowing of the hidden treasure.
Our next stop was the Vista House, an observatory at Crown Point State Park. The building serves as a museum honoring Oregon pioneers and also as a comfort station for travelers on the ...