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WE DID IT! 200,000 Points And Going Strong! - 06/30/11 09:14 PM
WE DID IT! 200,000 Points And Going Strong! We are very proud to announce that when I post this blog we will officially hit the 200,000 point mark here at Active Rain. What a challenge it has been. Since January, we have been writing blogs almost daily (7 to 10 a week), commenting as much as we can (at least 10 daily), participating in contests and logging onto Active Rain every single day. Along the way we've met (online) so many wonderful folks who have taught us a lot and have been great support. Active Rain really is a community. Meanwhile, (15 comments)
Wordless Wednesday - A Summer's Hike - 06/29/11 08:37 PM
Wordless Wednesday - A Summer's Hike This is a photo of my mom on the trail to the Tamanawas waterfall. My mom, Mel, our boys and I made the 3.8 mile long hike into the waterfall. Crossing the East Fork of the Hood River was the most nerve-wracking part for me. But the scenery... it just doesn't get much better than this.
He Just Needs Someone To Love... Meet Trapper! - 06/29/11 07:58 PM
He Just Needs Someone To Love... Meet Trapper! Trapper is probably a Border Collie mix and maybe a year or two old. He's just bursting with energy and could play all day. He'll need an active new family or person, and lots of room to move around. He is in need of some basic training and manners, but since Border Collie's are so smart, it should be a breeze. He'll settle down nicely to snuggle with his new companion. Love is going to do wonders for this guy. Trapper has all his shots, is neutered and microchipped. He's ready to go to his (3 comments)
100 Years In Hood River and Going Strong! - 06/29/11 06:52 PM
100 Years In Hood River and Going Strong! From the earliest years in the history of Hood River, the Hood River Hotel has been standing in the middle of downtown. It oozes old world charm but with all the modern amenities you'd expect in your hotel. Visitors can walk to restaurants, galleries, wine tasting and shopping galore, just out the hotel's front door. There is a jacuzzi and spa, as well as, the Cornerstone Cuisine Restaurant. Room rates are reasonable. The hotel also offers catering, facilities for meetings and conferences and hosts weddings. This year the Hood River Hotel celebrates its 100th anniversary and has been lovingly (1 comments)
Wordless Wednesday - The World From Another Point-Of-View - 06/29/11 06:36 PM
Wordless Wednesday - The World From Another Point-Of-View I chose this for Wordless Wednesday because there is little needed to be described in words... I just look at the photo and feel happy. Remember how different the world seemed from that point of view? Oh, to be young and carefree again (and to not get an instant headache when hanging upside down)! (2 comments)
Pamper Yourself... At the Foils Day Spa in Hood River - 06/28/11 08:03 PM
Pamper Yourself... At the Foils Day Spa in Hood River The Hood River Valley is a known haven for outdoor enthusiasts of all types... biking, hiking, skiing, windsurfing, kiteboarding... you name it. So what would feel better after a day of playing in our river and on our mountain? Unwind at the spa! Foils offers a huge variety of beauty and wellness treatments from massages, facials, manicures, mud wraps, spray tanning, waxing, pedicures and hair treatments all in a beautiful, peaceful setting. Schedule a day of pampering, including lunch and beverage. Visit the Foils website for a full description of all the services they (1 comments)
Gorge Dog... yep, it's a store JUST for your dog! - 06/28/11 07:42 PM
Gorge Dog... yep, it's a store JUST for your dog! All of us in the Hood River Valley know the area is very dog friendly... so many people take their dogs everywhere and like me, some spoil their dogs maybe a little too much. Gorge Dog is a specialty store at 412 Oak Street in downtown Hood River that helps us spoil to our heart's content. The store stocks everything from dog collars, homemade treats, toys, clothing, luxury bedding, even cards for our pups. Stop by to browse and pick up a goodie for your own best friend. For info call: 541-387-3996 (0 comments)
Mike's Ice Cream - A Day In Hood River Isn't Complete Without It. - 06/28/11 07:28 PM
Mike's Ice Cream - A Day In Hood River Isn't Complete Without It. Mike's Ice Cream shop has practically become a tradition in Hood River. It is conveniently located at 504 Oak St., at one end of the main shopping district of downtown Hood River. It's perfectly situated to grab a quick cone halfway through your shopping or sight-seeing. Mike's is often described as quaint and it's the perfect place to take a break and relax, while the ice cream is simply yummy! For more information, call Mike's at (541) 386-6260
Full Sail Brewing Company, A Hood River Original - 06/28/11 07:17 PM
Full Sail Brewing Company, A Hood River Original Did you know that Full Sail Brewing Company beers are crafted right here in Hood River? The founders chose Hood River purely for all it had to offer... the lifestyle, the Columbia River, Mt. Hood, a vibrant, charming town and ambitious, independant, creative locals. In 1987, the founders bought the abandoned Diamond Fruit Cannery, invested in state of the art equipment and opened their brewing company. That first year they put out an amazing 287 barrels. In 1989, Full Sail's best selling beer, Full Sail Amber scored a gold at the Great American Beer Festival and a legend (0 comments)
Lavender Fields Forever! - 06/28/11 06:34 PM
Lavender Fields Forever! It seems to me that the full bloom of lavender is a couple weeks behind this year, but it's getting there. My sons and I stopped by Hood River Lavender Farms today to check on its progress. As you can tell by the photos, it has started to come out, but should be in perfect, full bloom by the lavender festival, Lavender Daze on July 16 and 17th. As you might be aware, Hood River is nationally famous for its fruit orchards, particularly pears. Well, the climate and water supply from a Mt. Hood glacier that makes the Hood River Valley (1 comments)
La Clinica del Carino Celebrates 25 Years - 06/26/11 09:02 PM
La Clinica of Hood River Celebrates 25 Years The mission of La Clinica is to provide high quality medical and dental care to every person in our community. La Clinica del Carino is a non-profit, community owned medical clinic in Hood River. It does not require insurance and will adjust healthcare fees for each patient based on income, as well as will provide payment plans for financial hardships. Most of the staff speaks fluent Spanish and English as well as some other languages. La Clinica is a "family practice" clinic, taking care of all ages. Walk-ins are welcome. This year marks (2 comments)
Are You Ready To Play? Meet Bomber! - 06/26/11 01:27 PM
Are You Ready To Play? Meet Bomber! I chose to feature Bomber today because as soon as I saw his photo and read his bio on the shelter website, I knew I would love to have him... if only we didn't already have FOUR dogs. Someone out there is going to get one awesome pup! The shelter folks describe him as young (1-2 years-old?) and as "all Lab!", which to me means he loves to play, is always happy and exuberant, maybe a little goofy and smart as a whip. He would probably play fetch until he collapsed and likes tug-of-war almost (1 comments)
"Good Food For Good People", The Saw Tooth Roadhouse - 06/26/11 01:12 PM
"Good Food For Good People", The Saw Tooth Roadhouse The Saw Tooth is one of those classic "local" hangouts serving the Upper Hood River Valley, although folks from Hood River often make the trip, too. It features a wide variety of food from tacos, burgers, pizza and pastas, all the way to homemade barbeque and fine prime rib. It is not a fancy looking place, but the food will make you think otherwise. It is laid back and comfortable, set with amazing mountain views, where you can dine indoors or out. The Saw Tooth also offers full bar service, with 8 beers (0 comments)
Speechless Sunday - Mt. Hood From Goldendale, Washington - 06/26/11 12:36 PM
Speechless Sunday - Mt. Hood From Goldendale, Washington A couple weeks ago, Mel took this photo of the view of Mt. Hood from a client's land, The Dandy Valley Farms & Nursery, in Goldendale, Washington. Goldendale is about 45 minutes northeast of Hood River and across the Columbia River, in the heart of Washington's farming country.
Gorge Grown Food Network - It's All About Health & Family! - 06/25/11 12:12 AM
Gorge Grown Food Network - It's All About Health & Family! Gorge Grown Food Network is a citizens' and farmers' group which helps to build a regional food system in the rural Columbia River Gorge region of Oregon and Washington. It is devoted to insuring that all the families of the Gorge have access to healthy, fresh, local food. It helps to build connections between farmers, farm workers, consumers, educators, health professionals and politicians, in order to make the process of setting up a farm to getting food onto tables more efficient. It also helps to build local communities and economies by (3 comments)
Dog Day Afternoon At The Hood River Waterfront - 06/24/11 11:56 PM
Dog Day Afternoon At The Hood River Waterfront The Dog Day Afternoon is a great celebration of our cherished pets, kids and summer! All proceeds will benefit the Hood River Adopt A Dog program. What a great cause! Join us at the Hood River Waterfront, on Saturday, June 25th, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come in costume, kids and dogs, for a day of fun!
Schedule of Events: 10:00 a.m. Dog Day walk registration opens, $15 fee 11:00am Dog Walk-loop starts 12:00pm Dog Walk ends Noon - 2 p.m. Dog Day BBQ, $5 Lunch Noon-3pm Dog Day dog-gone fun fair Raffle Drawings announced (0 comments)
Adopt A Shelter Dog Instead Of From A Breeder - 06/24/11 10:31 PM
Adopt A Shelter Dog Instead Of From A Breeder This is our dog Tucker, an Austrailian Cattle Dog (aka Red Heeler) who we adopted from the "A Home At Last" Humane Society shelter in The Dalles, Oregon about three years ago. Tucker is one of our four rescued dogs... we know, we know, that's a lot of dogs, but that's not so uncommon around here. And we are suckers for an animal in need. It's a cause we're passionate about... why adopt a dog from a breeder when there are so many abandoned, neglected and abused pets who need another chance (3 comments)
It's Not Always Windy In Hood River - 06/24/11 05:18 PM
It's Not Always Windy In Hood River On Tuesday, the weather in Hood River hit 85 degrees (the hottest day so far this year) so our boys and I headed to the Columbia River for a quick swim. Since there was little wind, I missed not seeing the windsurfers and kite boarders Hood River is famous for, but folks were still finding ways to have fun. There were a few paddle boarders, canoes, Ski Doos and motor boats taking advantage of the calm river. And, of course, there were sun bathers, swimmers and even a few people just enjoying being outside. "Big (1 comments)
Friday's Foto - Good Morning, Peabody Ducks! - 06/24/11 04:46 PM
Friday's Foto - Good Morning, Peabody Ducks! Mel spent this week in Memphis, Tennessee where he was attending a seminar. He stayed at a marvelous, historical hotel called the Peabody. The Peabody is famous for its ducks. It seems that the ducks live on the hotel's roof and are brought down each morning into the lobby, where they walk a red carpet leading to a huge fountain, where the ducks then spend the day. It's a whole ceremony and a crowd gathers to watch. At night the same happens in reverse. Mel emailed this photo of the ducks arriving one morning. It's (2 comments)
Meet The Honey Man! - 06/19/11 11:51 AM
Meet The Honey Man! This is one cool guy... friendly, a real local "character". Last weekend, Mel was photographing a client's land and spent some time taking scenery photos, too. That's when he met Daryl, the Honey Man. He sets up shop from the back of his car on the Washington side of The Bridge of the Gods, near Stevenson, WA. He has 1,200 colonies of bees from which he makes pure, specialty honey. He mentioned a new combination of blackberry and poison oak variety - interesting. Can't wait to try that one - I think? A lot of his business is return customers which only speaks to (5 comments)
Get Your Cuddle On... Meet Poppy! - 06/19/11 12:16 AM
Get Your Cuddle On... Meet Poppy! Poppy is an absolute hoot! The girl just lives to play, especially fetch. Throw a ball for her and she's yours for good. Poppy is longing to be someone's lap dog as she loves to cuddle, wants a lot of attention and especially loves belly rubs. She enjoys other dogs, but because she can be a bit shy at first, it's probably best that she goes to a home with no small children. Part poodle and part terrier, Poppy is microchipped, current on all vaccinations, has been spayed and is probably a year or two old. The fee (3 comments)
Speechless Sunday - A Slice Of Summer - 06/19/11 12:02 AM
Speechless Sunday - A Slice Of Summer Little says summer to me like a big, juicy slice of watermelon and a smiling, kid-next-door-type devouring it. This was only the first of four slices our son, Ben, ate that evening. I know you can't see if his mouth is smiling, but his eyes sure are.
Taste A Great Gorge Wine... Wy'east Vineyards - 06/18/11 11:54 PM
Taste A Great Gorge Wine... Wyeast Vineyards The Hood River Valley is still relatively new in producing world class wines, but it's gaining recognition and publicity quickly. One of the most popular wineries in the region and a great introduction to what the region has to offer in wines is Wy'east Vineyards. Located at 3189 Hwy. 35, the tasting room is 5.5 miles south of the town of Hood River and is open daily from 11:00 to 5:00. Stop by to try one of their wines from over 20 acres of pinot noir, pinot gris and chardonney vines. On July 23rd consider attending Dine Amongst the Vines, (0 comments)
Friday's Foto - School's Out For Summer! - 06/18/11 08:52 PM
Friday's Foto - School's Out For Summer! These are some of my rowdy students getting on the bus after the last day of school, June 17th. I'm going to miss these kids so much. Our school is being closed as part of budget problems and I'm transferring to the local middle school. I will still be working with two of my 5th grade graduates.
Fruit Loop Wine Celebration, Hood River Valley - 06/15/11 11:59 PM
Fruit Loop Wine Celebration, Hood River Valley The Hood River County Fruit Loop is a tour of the regions fruit stands and wineries and this Father's Day weekend, June 18-19, the award-winning Wineries will be featured. Wine lovers will revel in the process as they taste each winery's best wines, meet the winemakers and discuss their art. Of course, all along the way, the scenery is at its stunning best. During the celebration, there will be special pricing, gourmet treats and fun activities at the farms along the tour. Most farms and fruit stands open by 10 a.m., while the wineries are usually open (3 comments)
Sternwheeler Days, Cascade Locks, Oregon - 06/15/11 11:33 PM
Sternwheeler Days, Cascade Locks, Oregon I absolutely love arts and crafts fairs so I can't believe that I've lived here for 4 years and didn't know about Sternwheelers Days before now. Our family has even taken a cruise on the Sternwheeler and I've already blogged about that. Since 1975 Sternwheeler Days has attracted artisans, vendors and crafters from the entire region and beyond. There will also be the annual Sailing Regatta, games, a dunk tank, a mountain men rendezvous, demonstrations and other, surprise, old-fashioned fun. Join the fun on June 24-26 at the Cascade Locks Marina Park, next to the Columbia (0 comments)
Wordless Wednesday - An Overgrown, Green Spring - 06/15/11 11:08 PM
Wordless Wednesday - An Overgrown, Green Spring Our wetter than usual spring has turned everything incredibly green. Meanwhile, the grass and weeds are growing out of control. Unfortunately, the coolness is not great for growing many veggies. This photo is of our son, Sam, mowing our overgrown, lower back yard. The kid has to mow two to three times a week. Thank goodness he's at that age where driving the riding mower is still fun.
Wordless Wednesday - The Bridge of The Gods - 06/15/11 10:53 PM
Wordless Wednesday - The Bridge of The Gods Mel took this great shot last weekend. Behind the windsurfer is set The Bridge of The Gods, crossing the Columbia River, connecting the states of Oregon and Washington. On the Oregon side, the bridge is in Cascade Locks, about 40 miles east of Portland.
Speechless Sunday - It's Front Porch Weather! - 06/12/11 08:15 PM
Speechless Sunday - It's Front Porch Weather! Finally, FINALLY summer seems to have arrived and so far it's been glorious. I'm not a big fan of hot weather either so our 75 degrees is pretty much perfect. We pretty much live on our large, wrap-around porch during the summer...
The view from our front porch:
The Columbia River Is At It's Highest Level In 15 Years - 06/11/11 12:57 PM
The Columbia River Is At It's Highest Level In 15 Years The last winter and spring left Oregon and Mt. Hood specifically with a much larger than average snow pack and more rain than usual. Consequently, all regional rivers are flowing at higher than typical levels, some at or near flood stage. The river level is the most obvious in Hood River because of the absence of the sandbar which is now at least three feet below water. And the levels may just keep rising. If the summer continues to have more rain than usual, the rivers could rise substantially. Even without (3 comments)
Feisty and Fun, This May Be The Girl For You... Meet Dora! - 06/11/11 12:13 PM
Feisty and Fun, This May Be The Girl For You... Meet Dora! Dora, as the saying goes, is a big dog packaged in a small body. Weighing in at less than 10 pounds, this sweet pup is top dog and rules the house. She loves to play and wrestle, romp and run, then settles nicely to cuddle with her people. They just don't get any more adorable than this sweetie who is about 8 months old. Dora does get a little mouthy so probably shouldn't be with small children. She is also housetrained as long as she is let out regularly. (1 comments)
Friday's Foto - Relaxation Courtesy John Deere - 06/10/11 08:31 PM
Friday's Foto - Relaxation Courtesy John Deere Last weekend, our son, Sam, took a break from walking the land under the hot sun on a conveniently placed John Deere tractor. He and Mel were in Goldendale, Washington (50 miles northeast of Hood River) photographing the Dandy Valley Nursery and Farms, a new listing.
Hood River County School Year Comes To A Close - 06/10/11 12:52 AM
Hood River County School Year Comes To A Close June 17th marks the last day of school for the Hood River County School District 2010-11 school year. It's pretty bittersweet for me, as I leave my beloved Pine Grove School which has been a school for over 100 years is now closing due to budget shortfalls. At the same time, my kids and I are excited for the break, too, and for all we have planned this summer.
A Quaint Hood River Valley Country Church - 06/09/11 11:33 PM
A Quaint Hood River Valley Country Church This is one of my favorite churches in the area. It's not fancy, but is quite charming in its old fashioned, country grandeur. It's the Pine Grove Methodist church right next to Pine Grove Elementary School in, you guessed it, Pine Grove (which is just five miles south of Hood River). The church was originally built in 1907 and has been restored and added onto over the years. The church is located at 2415 Eastside, Hood River.
Hood River Little League Season Ends; All-Star Tryouts Are Next Week - 06/09/11 10:55 PM
Hood River Little League Season Ends; All-Star Tryouts Are Next Week This last week brought the end of the Little League season regular play for 2011. I don't know if it's just me, but the season positively flew by. Tryouts for the Hood River Valley All-star team will be held on Monday, June 13th at 5:30 p.m. at the Hood River Major League field. Our son, Ben will be trying out and any Little League member who played at least 8 games this season is eligible for consideration. Mel and Ben have been heading to the batting cage and to practice catching (0 comments)
A Fun Guy Ready To Play... Meet Slim! - 06/07/11 10:07 PM
A Fun Guy Ready To Play... Meet Slim! Slim is one gorgeous fellow and lots of fun, too. He loves to play although is still learning to bring the ball back when playing fetch. He also just enjoys being with his people and is looking for the right person to hang out with. Because he's so active, he would do best with an active owner, too, and needs plenty of room to run around. Slim is probably around 7 months old and the shelter is guessing that he's a greyhoud mix... he has that gentile build of a greyhound, but seems (1 comments)
Challenge Conquered! Reflections on 31 Days of May - 06/07/11 12:13 AM
Challenge Conquered! Reflections on 31 Days of May And this is it! Our last blog in the 31 Days of May Challenge 2011 and we're proud to report that we did it. 31 days and at least one blog every single day. I know I sound like I'm bragging, but, hey, maybe a little self-congratulations is called for since I'm sort of amazed that we made it. So, here's what I learned this month: 1. Blogging every day breaks the work up so it's not as overwhelming. Since our business is still fairly new, we are really working on our web presence and (5 comments)
Charming farmhouse with new windows, remodeled kitchen and remodeled bathroom. One year lease. First, Last and Security Deposit.Please No Pets and No Smoking. --
The REASON Sellers Choose ColumbiaGorgeFSBO.com - 06/06/11 02:58 AM
The REASON Sellers Choose ColumbiaGorgeFSBO.com? ColumbiaGorgeFSBO.com provides marketing services to FSBO sellers for a fee at the time services are performed. We are not real estate agents/brokers and do not receive a commission for our services. We do not sell homes - we help FSBO seller's market their homes. We are local members of your community. Our goal is to make the FSBO marketing process as easy as possible for you with individualized customer service. We offer several packages and ala carte services so you pay for only what meets your needs. Depending on which package you choose to purchase (0 comments)
Speechless Sunday - A Baby Deer at Dandy Valley Nursery - 06/05/11 02:38 PM
Speechless Sunday - A Baby Deer at Dandy Valley Nursery Mel was at a client's place in Goldendale on Saturday. The client has some land for sale (10 Acres, another 10 acres, 20 acres) and now he's decided to sell his business, too, which is named the Dandy Valley Nursery (we'll be blogging about that new listing in a couple days). So while Mel was photographing the property, he realized he was being watched and he took this adorable photo.
Speechless Sunday - Mt. Adams in June - 06/05/11 02:13 PM
Speechless Sunday - Mt. Adams in June I took this photo on Friday from Highway 35, above the town of Odell, looking to the northeast. We're finally getting some long awaited sun and the orchards are super green. I also love the mist around the bottom of the mountain.
Friday's Fotos - A Lazy Spring Morning - 06/04/11 04:52 PM
Friday's Fotos - A Lazy Spring Morning Sure, it may be summer in most parts of the county, but here in the Pacific Northwest, spring is still pushing its way in through the rain and clouds. These horses looked so peaceful grazing on the side of a road in Parkdale, Oregon, I just had to take their picture.
This one played shy and refused to turn around so I could take his picture.
The Longest Ski and Snowboarding Season In North America: Timberline, Mt. Hood - 06/04/11 04:30 PM
The Longest Ski and Snowboarding Season In North America: Timberline, Mt. Hood For all you diehard skiers and boarders, Timberline, Mt. Hood is the ultimate destination. Located less than an hour from Hood River and Portland, two ski lifts, The Magic Mile and the Palmer, are open year round, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., as are the Otto Lang and Mile Halfpipe terrain parks. The top of the resort gets an average of 745 inches of snow a year! If skiing isn't your thing, you can't beat Timberline as a hiking and mountain biking destination. This is a photo of our son, Ben, with the top of (0 comments)
Hood River's Own Ken Jernstedt Airfield Set To Grow With The Times - 06/04/11 03:53 PM
Hood River's Own Ken Jernstedt Airfield Set To Grow With The Times Hood River is lucky to have it's own local airfield and luckier still that since it's 1976 ownership take over by the Port of Hood River, plans were set to place to grow its business and capabilities. Since 1976, the Port has invested $4 million in capital projects, which went towards adding hangar spaces, removing underground fuel tanks and adding additional runways, acquiring additional property, as well as typical maintenance projects like sealing runways and painting facilities. The airport is now a "Basic Utilitity, Stage II Airport", which can (0 comments)
805 Foxley RoadHood RIver, OR 97031 The sales transaction on this completely re-modeled 3 bed, 3 bath home closed earlier this week. Check out the other FSBO homes and properties still available.
Thankful Thursday - Parkdale Little League Majors Finally Won! - 06/02/11 10:38 PM
Thankful Thursday - Parkdale Little League Majors Finally Won! Last night, our son, Ben's, Little League team won against the Odell Tigers, 21 to 8. I know most parents are pretty pleased when their son's team wins, but this goes a little beyond that. Last night was game number 13 of 14 games to be played this season and it was their first win. The thing is... they sure were not losing for lack of trying. These guys have been out there playing and practicing up to five times a week, two to three hours each time. As parents we want (3 comments)
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