If you are a part of a group i.e. of writers, readers, fishermen, meditators, skiers or moms, Lodge 902 is the ultimate spot this winter or spring for your flock’s RETREAT. Hey large families! Greetings, all you crafters, co-workers, soccer teams, cosmetologists, knitters, surgeons, snowshoers, Toast Masters and road bikers! We invite you to chilax in Hood River’s most cozy, most unusually decorated house. Men’s groups, church-goers, storytellers, crotchet practitioners, long-time friends, couples, sorority sisters, beekeepers! Imagine your clan cooking, mingling by the fireplace, soaking up the veranda views and strolling on the Columbia in between sessions of connecting.
Hiya Sasquatch here:
“The thing about being ugly is — there’s no maintenance” I once overheard a human hiker say. I have no idea if I’m a looker or not, but I like to assume I could lure in another statuesque Sasquatch if I really wanted to.
And if, say, I did have fantasies about having a mate with long eyelashes named "Pepper," I might entertain going an adventure like this with it:
Hiya! Sasquatch here. Squatch for short.
Now that I’m hosting a bit at Lodge 902 in Hood River, OR the guests are telling ME about all there is to do in the Columbia Gorge!
It’s a nice break from being Hide-and-Seek World Champion.
If YOU have a sense of adventure, YOU need to come this way.
So far, my top 10 memory-making activities are:
I've had a rampant surge of human sightings! Humans donned in body-fitting Spandex and alien-head helmets, waddling their legs atop a seat with two flashy spinning circles.
Okay. They're biking. Its a thing in the Pacific Northwest.
Can't exactly wrap my Sasquatch head around it, but if you can make it propel forward and not fall to either side, you are a genius. AND there are so many rides in the Hood River area for you! No matter how lackadaisical or daring you are on that thing.