Carson Hot Springs Golf & Spa Resort
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... existence, of course. By the mid 1800's settlers from back east were coming by wagon train through the eastern portion of the gorge and either floating their belongings down the treacherous Columbia or crossing over the southern shoulder of Mt. Hood utilizing Mr. Barlow's Toll Road, destination Oregon City.
And Now For Our New Discovery
Our boss Hugh was kind enough to offer us hosts tickets to the Western Antique Aeroplane and ...
... be harvested… Because these fish can’t free range and travel a know path and eat whatever they want/need it’s my personal impression that the meat of the fish isn’t as developed at the wild ocean salmon, and because its fed a specific food, it won’t have the same taste… Now like most of you… I’ve bought and eaten the farm raised Atlantic Salmon… and to be honest I can’t taste ...
... copper tubing and the corner stones have been replaced.
Next to receive a little TLC will be the copper fish sculpture, which is placed in the middle of the large rock based drinking fountain/bird bath. It is a giant pain as the artist was not someone who understood how to build a solid base for the tall sculpture. One attempt to strengthen the base took place two years ago. Due to flexing of the original base it also ...
... worth it. SUGAR!
We also got a chance to visit the zoo, where I became transfixed for 30 minutes by the polar bear, as well as Forest Park which boasts as the largest city park in America.
The food carts in Portland are also worth a mention: Rather than eating at restaurants, most people in the city eat from food vans which serve everything from Greek 'gyros' to Venezualan polenta burgers. Very tasty and a good chance to have a chat with some of ...
... morn, the view was worth seeing, as well as talking with the docents dressed in period clothing.
SIDENOTE: Lynn Herrin was tracing her parent's honeymoon route in the 1930’s and blogging as we went along. The Vista House was one of her parent’s stops as noted from old Cross and Dimitt postcards Lynn found in an old box of photos.