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House on Snowden Road

1099 Snowden Road – Click to see full size.

 Directions

  1. Cross Hood River Bridge.
  2. Turn left onto WA-14 W.  Drive 0.2 miles.
  3. Take the first right onto Dock Grade Road.
  4. When that comes to a T intersection, turn left onto E. Jewett Blvd.
  5. At the clocktower/glockenspiel, turn right onto N. Main Ave.
  6. After one mile, there’s a fork in the road. Bear right leaving the 24/7 Gym to your left.
  7. Snowden Road curves off to the right within 500 feet.  Going straight takes you off Snowden Road.
  8. Drive 10.99 miles to 1099 Snowden Road.

Snowden Road is windy.  There are at least two places where there is a fork in the road.  At each of these forks, Snowden is the fork that follows the curve in the road, and continuing straight takes you off Snowden Road.  Remember that oncoming traffic on Snowden Road will not have a stop sign.  If you turn onto a road at which there is a stop sign for oncoming traffic, you are leaving Snowden Road.

Oregon Office

1000 E. Port Marina Drive, Suite 101
Hood River, Oregon 97031

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12 Comments

  1. Debbie Mattson April 10, 2013 at 3:51 am - Reply

    Please send video info for this Word Press class

  2. Burdean Bartlem April 27, 2013 at 7:21 pm - Reply

    Scott: I hope you remember me from your most recent Word Press class at the CLIMB building. I’m the realtor. I am hoping that you would be able to help me fix a problem.
    I was trying to add a video to our Videos page. I made the mistake of changing the URL for the page. When I figured out what I had done, I returned the URL to the proper address but the page will not recognize that address and I just keep getting a blank. I went into the Forum on the WordPress.org website and found a similar problem that is “unresolved”.

    The conversation from that Forum was this: “” I changed the URL to one of my pages and then changed it back, but when it went back to the original it stopped loading and I get the following message: Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete. I have deleted the .htaccess file and resetted the permalinks but the page in question still won’t load.””

    So, I did as the WordPress guru suggested but when I got a huge warning about going to the PHPMyAdmin – if I can make a huge mess out of a simple change, think of what I could do in an even more confusing and unforgiving layer.

    Can you make any suggestions? I’m in the office Saturday from noon to about 5:00.

    I hope you are out enjoying the beautiful weather but if not, I could really use some help.

    Thanks again. It is clear that I need to take the class again.

    Burdean Bartlem 503-497-5091 direct office or 503-805-5759 cell

    • Scott See May 3, 2013 at 6:08 am - Reply

      When things get weird like this, there are two things to do. Go to Settings > Permalinks > Change to default and then try to view the page. If it works then, you can change the Permalinks setting back. Also, try deleting the history from the browser and/or try using a different browser. Sometimes browser’s caches can wreak havoc. If neither of these things work, let me know. I’ll keep my fingers crossed. -Scott

    • Scott See May 7, 2013 at 3:40 am - Reply

      Burdean,

      Sorry for my slow reply. I don’t check site comments as often as I should. Here’s what I’d try first. Go to Settings > Permalinks > Change to default > save. Try navigating around the site to see if things work okay. Look at the page that’s now blank. It might reappear. If it does, try changing the Permalinks back to the original setting.

      Let me know if that works for you.

      Scott

  3. Roger LeBlanc February 7, 2014 at 11:25 pm - Reply

    Playing around with the new website (lazybettor.com) and now the sidebar has dropped below the bottom of the two columns of content to its left. I thought maybe the two left columns were too wide and were forcing the sidebar down. Decreased width of columns. No luck. Then noticed Sidebar setting was Default..changed that to Blog Sidebar. No luck. Anything else I should try to get sidebar to line up across top with the two text columns? Thanks.

    • Scott See February 8, 2014 at 5:18 pm - Reply

      That usually means there’s something in the Post (or Page) that’s a bit too wide. I’ll take a look. One plugin you may want to get is Firebug for Firefox. You can right click on anything on the page and see the CSS, the dimensions, and the HTML. Firebug is a browser plugin, not a WordPress plugin.

  4. Eric Ward December 18, 2014 at 6:19 pm - Reply

    I have been using Doris Schmidt for hosting.
    I need help with my web site and help with hosting
    Please call me at 541 993 6601

    • Scott See December 24, 2014 at 7:42 pm - Reply

      Eric,
      I’d be delighted to help. What’s the address of your website? And when is a good time to call? I’ll be back as work on the 26th.
      Scott

    • Scott See December 24, 2014 at 8:09 pm - Reply

      With a little help from Google, I found http://goodwoodoregon.com/about-us/ I’ve got a lot of ideas about how to make your gorgeous work more visible in the search engines. Looking forward to chatting with you.
      Scott

  5. Stanley Townsend January 10, 2016 at 6:46 pm - Reply

    I’m interested in the WordPress class Scott See offers through PCC. When will the next class start?

    • Scott See January 13, 2016 at 6:34 pm - Reply

      I’ve got a course starting on March 1. See http://jha.bz/wpc for my calendar. This course is geared more to someone truly starting from scratch–no domain name, no website, no nuthin’. It should be a fun course. In class, we’ll actually register a domain name, set up a hosting account, install WordPress, and start building a site. Not so much learning as doing.

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