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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVagabond Lodge Hood River
This motel has nice landscaping, a nice big room with a balcony overlooking the Columbia River and the view couldn't be better. The room is clean, the bed comfortable, and they even have a frig and micro! Definitely a great value for what you get.
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... but with an easy grade. The engine pushed us past a switch, the brakeman got off and through the switch and the engine pulled forward on a higher track.
One of the first places we passed was the hydroelectric plant and pipeline we had visited on Tuesday. We went over the bridge there and then headed south toward Parkdale and Mt. Hood. The ride took us through a lot of trees, past lavender farms, apple and ...
... Issaquah and followed a few different routes until we joined with Interstate 5 well south of Seattle bypassing all the traffic. It was shorter, quicker and more scenic. We could see Mt. Ranier for quite a while. It was cloudy and the mountain had some small clouds around it but most of it was visible. We only stopped one time for a break until we reached Portland and headed east on Interstate 84. We got off the interstate ...
... The main crop seems to be lucerne, which the locals call alfalfa, and everywhere we look we see guys in shirts that were probably blue once trundling across the fields on their ancient tractors.
In no time, we reach Madras, where we say goodbye to 98 and turn onto 26 (yep, they just refer to highways by their numbers here.) Suddenly, the fields ‘dry up’ and we’re in the High Desert. And, ...
... men are more likely than women to die from lightning strikes. Probably because of Ben Franklin sticking his kite up there where it didn't belong. Kharma's a *****, men.
In other death-related fast facts that make me feel better about the trip I am taking that will take me away from my family for 18 days:
Champagne corks kill 23 people per year. The most common cocktail in Peru is the Pisco Sour--no ...
... they are already dead… and then of course can sell some of what they catch…
Q – Why use a hatchery over wild spawning?
A - In a hatchery setting, they can harvest and fertilize 95%+ of the eggs and hatch 99% of what they fertilize… In the wild… out of 3000 eggs, 1% or about 30 of those fingerlings will make it to the ocean… with hatchery fish we can release 2900 or so of those ...