This summer, Mike and I took my littlest brother, Bobbie, to explore some of the nature up in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge. Bobbie’s main requests were that we stay in a cabin, go hiking, and swim in a river. We scoured Airbnb and soon found the cabin we stayed at, which was off of the White Salmon River, about 10 minutes away from the Columbia River. I am thankful that we stayed on one of the smaller rivers that feeds into the Columbia, considering the Columbia looks more like a humongous lake than a river. Our cabin was situated in the middle of nowhere, about half a football field away from the White Salmon. We woke up and fell asleep to the sound of the rushing river, which was the best white noise I ever could have asked for. On that 3 day trip to the gorge, we hiked over 15 miles, swam under waterfalls, went white water rafting, drank local beer, and spent some quality time with Bobbie. The following are pictures of stroll we took along the White Salmon at dusk on our first night there.
Also, here is the link to our Airbnb. The hosts were great and it was fun to stay somewhere so rural: www.airbnb.com/rooms/1094784