Carson Hot Springs Golf & Spa Resort
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... being Saturday, the pool was already busy.
We bought lunch, topped up our water and headed up to the old casino site to see what it was like. Pretty swish really - with a golf course, a swimming pool and sadly, some tennis courts... if only we'd known!
Then on Robyn's advice, we struck into the unknown. Today's destination was The Dalles, in the Columbia River Valley. There were no direct highway routes, so with some educated guessing, ...
Sunday, August 30,2015. PCT 133. Miles 2163.5-2190.5. (27 miles). I'm gonna keep this short because I am tired. It rained all night last night and pretty much all day today until around 4pm. The rain was mostly heavy, especially last night and this morning. I didn't really take a long break today because of the ...
... We were doing the waterfall tour backwards from most people. Most people come from Portland and travel Historic Route 30 from west to east. Since we came from The Dalles, we were traveling from east to west. So our last stop at the Crown Point - Vista House is usually everyone else's first stop. Much like Rowena Crest, Vista House is at the top of a local mountain, and access is by a series of switchbacks as the road rises up ...
... every week. We are going to a volcano, a cloud forest, the Galapagos, the Amazon rainforest. We are staying at a grand total of 2 hotels, 2 cabins, 2 lodges, 2 haciendas, one boat and one family home. I have amassed pages and paragraphs of hotel names and transportation plans that may or may not connect. The biggest problem with these plans that I've spent hours planning, is that they don't include what really matters, like whether we will be ...
... Jim and Connie arrived Wednesday morning. We have worked with them for three years running and consider them the best of friends. They are real worker bees. Jil and I are going to work until Sunday, when Jim and Connie will take over. What befuddles our boss is that all four of us will tackle a task on our day off. “Hey, today is your day off. Why are you working?” he says. We all have told him that we came to work, are not getting paid whether we work or not, don’t ...