LePage in photos

We escaped rainy Portland for points east, making one of our favorite drives along the Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway, destined for one of our favorite camping spots, LePage Park. A mere two hours east of Portland it is a whole different world, with dramatic cliffs and a dramatically drier climate! Perfect for early spring camping. Although the ever-present wind was much in evidence, the sunshine, good friends and great food were the perfect recipe for weekend bliss.

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Camper flower of the weekend, an amazing striped tulip

Camper flower of the weekend, an amazing striped tulip

 

Thousands of windmills dot the landscape, harnessing the nonstop wind

Thousands of windmills dot the landscape, harnessing the nonstop wind

 

Water-front camping

Water-front camping

 

Regal Aspen

Regal Aspen

 

The colors of spring enchanted us on a long afternoon hike

The colors of spring enchanted us on a long afternoon hike

 

Porter tired from an active day in the sun

Porter tired from an active day in the sun

 

Cousin Lexi snuggling in from the chilly wind

Cousin Lexi snuggling in from the chilly wind

 

Wendy & I ending the day with a martini courtesy of Dave. It doesn't get much better.

Wendy & I ending the day with a martini courtesy of Dave. It doesn’t get much better.

Twelve days until we leave for Expo for an unforgettable vacation. Can’t wait to get back in the camper!

 

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4 thoughts on “LePage in photos

  1. Beautiful pictures, I love the dog in the blanket. Looks like a beautiful spot for a camping trip 🙂

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