Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... walking between1846 - 1859 as they went west to find their fortunes. The museum was outstanding and we learnt a lot about the people, why they went and the difficulties of the journey. Right outside was a 2.5 mile walking trail with replica wagons, the wagon ruts of the actual trail and an old gold stamp mill relocated on to the site. Being on the actual terrain they traversed, plus having driven through a lot of the trail recently it was easy to see what an impressive ...
Great spot to camp, we almost had the place to ourselves. Only about 4 other tenters and the camp host. Unfortunately we had people pick a spot right across from us and they played Yahtzee for 6 hours until 2am in the morning! Who plays Yahtzee for that long?! Besides that it was a very nice spot, campsite clean. There was a nice place to hike right by the campsite, but we had already climb Smith Rock so didn't have any energy left and it was about 40 ...
... out of town. Score! They had a great selection of fishing poles and gear. Gabe found a inexpensive replacement pole and reel, now we were ready to get our fishing on. We headed back to our campsite. We made lunch and then Gabe was off to fish. He was so excited. Within about 30 minutes of casting into the freezing cold river, he caught a beautiful wild brown trout! I ran to the car to get the camera so we could take a picture. I didn’t have ...
... tumble, but the tire is dead. I go into Safeway to do some reconnaissance, and find out there is a bike shop in town within a mile. Lucky! We are able to hand pump the tire back up enough to get us there. The guy at the shop shows us the split tube. So he replaces that for us and gets us back on the road within the hour. Greg still hasn't had his coffee, however, so a little ways down the road we stop in Terrebonne at ...
Wow, we had arrived at our campground in the dark although there had been a faint low glow of sunset along the western horizon and we had been able to distinguish the outlines of some sort of distant volcanic shapes. This morning in the light of day we realized we were seeing the Cascade range--Mount Jefferson, Mount Hood, the Three SIsters, Mount Adams in Washington--all beautiful snow capped ...