The History Museum of Hood River County
Bringing the Rich History of Hood River County to Life
This is identified as the London (or possibly Loudon) house at Mt. Hood. Unfortunately there is not any additional information. It looks like they’re almost ready for the winter.
22nd March 2019 @ 07:19 AM
London, thus London Drive in Parkdale. Looking East.
22nd March 2019 @ 10:51 AM
Beautiful and peaceful!But don’t forget all of the back breaking, labor intensive work that went into producing this idyllic scene.Clearing the land of a forest. Cutting down trees, removing stumps, burning and clearing the limbs, tilling the cleared ground, bending over and planting young trees, getting water to the young trees, milling lumber for the house,….makes me tired just writing about it. And makes me appreciate how available fruit is today. 200 years ago there was no fruit here.
22nd March 2019 @ 07:55 PM
Looks like maybe the East Fork is right over the hill?
25th March 2019 @ 07:05 AM
East Fork is down below where the light tan colored land stops. That was what, at least in my childhood was called the Dog River area and Pete Lenz lived down in there and also Checketts. Keep in mind there was no Highway 35 down through there then. Pete Lenz lived on the east side of the river and the Checketts lived on the same side of the river as this London place.
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