The Resort at the Mountain
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... cascades over 41 feet. We sat on a bench and admired the view of lush green trees and ground cover and clear water and listened to the rush of the water. Again, another peaceful area!
There is a sign at Little ZigZag Falls that states, "One way negative ions are generated is by breaking the surface tension of water. Falling water does this. Inhaling these ions increases the amount of oxygen in your brain, kills germs that cause illness ...
... us to celebrate Mom's 85th Birthday and visit with our brothers and sisters and their families at the party, visit our daughter and her family and watch several Football and Soccer games of our Grandkids Mac & Kennedy, reconnect with family Connie's cousin Rose and her husband Kevin and their family residing only 6 miles from Bonneville Fish Hatchery. We were blessed to reconnect with old friends from the Portland area Jim & Claire ...
... The asphalt dead ends into a chain link fence, while the tracks continue on to who knows where. How could walking down railroad tracks, over a trestle, the tracks eventually leading out of a fenced area be anything other than out of bounds?
This morning we chose to walk a tiny bit closer to that sign. Upon our approach the sign that we have read as "Do Not Enter" changes to "Tanner Creek Recreation Area" before our very eyes. IT"S MAGIC I ...
... plan is to have a big community party to celebrate the new addition to the school.
So our adventure will soon begin. We expect to get acquainted with some monkeys, parrots and if we are lucky a big tapir and maybe even a jaguar. We will have fun with our god children. We will even spend a few days in a delightful spa right in the middle of the Sacred Valley.
And I guess I will continue to figure out how to make blogging work.
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... and off we go. After walking a short ways going under the railroad trestle and the Interstate 84 bridge we come to the trail head parking lot. The beginning of the trail is a gravel road that leads to the Tanner Creek water intake for the fish hatchery. From there the path narrows down to a foot path. The scenery is beautiful- lots of trees covering the basalt rock cliffs. The trail becomes a steady climb away from the creek. We cover about a mile, climbing several hundred feet. The ...