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Stories and Tips Stevenson

Windsurfing

Written by Judy on 04 Nov, 2000

The Columbia River has perfect conditions for windsurfing. Stevenson, WA and Hood River, OR (across the river) are very popular destinations for windsurfing enthusiasts from around the country. You can rent equipment at Pete's Rentals in Hood River for $40.00 a day (board, sails,…Read More


Columbia River Cruises

Written by Judy on 04 Nov, 2000

Four to seven day trips on the 'Queen of the West' depart from Portland and travel the beautiful Columbia and Snake Rivers. Stops along the way provide shore tours of the popular sites along the way. Depending on the length of trip you choose, you…Read More


Skamania Lodge

Written by Judy on 04 Nov, 2000

Overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, this lodge and restaurant is decorated with rustic wood, iron, and wonderful Pendleton fabrics. The main greatroom provides spectacular views of the surrounding area. The dining room serves typical Northwest seasonal cuisine such as salmon and prime rib. Rooms and…Read More


Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

Written by Judy on 04 Nov, 2000

On May 18, 1980 Mt. St. Helens errupted causing the largest landslide in recorded history and blew off 1300' of the mountain top. The blast spewed hot ashes for hundreds of miles and leveled 230 square acres of forest. We live 300 miles away in…Read More


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