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Port of Hood River, Hood River

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  • If you are in the Portland area and have time to get away, watch the wind at Hood river. Why?? Because you will see alot of wind surfers going crazy if the wind is good. If thats not a normal sight fo...  more »
  • Stopped at Waterfront Park after dinner across the street to run some energy out of our kids. Well thought out, very clean, and diverse options. Our kids loved it. Will be back with swimming suits the...  more »
  • Windsurfing, kiteboarding, SUP, dogs, sunset, moonrise, picnickers......great spot for photography. You can spend hours here, in or out of the water.  more »
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  • Every time I pay this bridge toll I think it is ridiculous extortion... How is this interstate crossing still controlled by a private entity? Better yet, why isn't it entirely electronically controlled? Bike and pedestrian access?... no dice