The Dalles Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from The Dalles
... bottom of a fissure in the rock, with steep stone sides on both sides. And in the middle between the stone sides was a huge log jam. To get to the creek on the other side of the log jam, you had to work your way through the log jam like some great obstacle course. The object was to get all the way across without falling in the water and getting wet. At least that was OUR object. Some other people thought getting wet was the best ...
... in a historical building. I wonder how many times this happens to her every day.
On the way back from the Discovery Center, we decided to take our chances on dinner. The first place that looked interesting was a place called Cousin's Restaurant. It looked kinda old-timey and country on the outside. When we got inside, it was fairly normal, except for the full size John Deere tractor next to our table and the model ...
... for it to do any good. Besides, it only took about 10 or 15 minutes for all hundred cars to pass. When it was finally our turn, and we made it safely over the bridge, we did what any normal person would do in our situation, we stopped at the nearest parking lot and took pictures up at the bridge. The towns in Oregon seemed much nicer than the ones in Washington, and as we continued south, the weather got a little warmer. As we ...
... 750 km's of road within the park, which at times can be subjected to traffic jams caused by herds of animals crossing roads. Subject to change my plan is to enter Yellowstone from the south through the Grand Teton National Park which also looks beautiful. Internet will be infrequent for the next couple off weeks, but I will try and upload the blog on the rare occasions I can find internet ...
... into the GPS was, of course, not available... so after much digging around, I'd finally found an intersection that seemed overly cryptic - Muddy Creek Rd/NF-100. What is NF, you wonder? National Forest! Mt Hood was littered with roads named NF-this number, NF-that number. Hey, at least they're named and mostly paved! We plugged in the intersection in both a regular GPS and Google maps on the phone, and they didn't agree on how to get there. But not by ...