Destination Mount Hood

We left Cascade Locks yesterday headed toward Mount Hood and hoped to find a vacancy in a Forest Service campground.

Right along the highway we spotted the Sherwood Campground and pulled in. Jackie, wife of the campground manager greeted us as she was cleaning sites. She informed us that other sites on up the road were nearly full. At her suggestion we drove into a site and found it to be almost level, SOLD!

Later Sky, our campground host stopped by to make sure we were registered. She really liked our Roadtrek. 😎 Once we were settled in we checked out the stream which was about 40 yards in front of us.

After that we had dinner and the thunder and light rain began. “Purrr”fect sleeping weather and location in Mittens opinion so we went to bed.

A “side note”, we are finding the Co-Pilot Live HD app on our iPad invaluable when we are in locations where there is no cellular signal.

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
Sent from my Gold iPad Air for our blog about our travels

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3 Responses to Destination Mount Hood

  1. Ashworth Rick says:

    Larry, P.S. Just had thought. If you do plan to go the Grand Coolee you will go through the Tri Cities. You might be interested in trying to get a tour of the Energy Departments Hanford B-Reactor. I think you make arrangements at the Hanford History Museum in Richland. If not, they can tell you where to go. Now a part of the Park Service it is an intricate piece of the Manhattan Project where the plutonium was made for the second atomic bomb.

  2. Ashworth Rick says:

    HI Larry, Suggest you keep following the Columbia north to there Grand Coolee Dam. Each evening the spill water over the top and project a real neat laser light show on the cascading water. There is an OK private RV park close by. Don’t thing there are any government camps nearby, but you can look on your many apps.

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