Located one mile above Timberline Lodge, you can have the whole place to yourself. It’s perfect for groups of 15-40 people. It’s rustic beauty and craftsmanship can’t be beat. For winter weddings and events Timberline transport you, your friends and family by Snow Cat! Overnight accommodations for up to 24 close friends are available at Silcox Hut.
Sammy's is a “same day” flowers kind of establishment, offering Portland Flower Delivery and Same Day Flower Delivery. Sammy's custom arrangements are hand picked from the fresh seasonal displays that have lined Portland streets for over 25 years.
Sammy's talented team appreciates diversity in design and can cater to any aesthetic. Every day Sammy's send out colorful birthday bouquets, romantic anniversary arrangements, congratulatory flowers, new baby and get well soon flowers, and sympathy arrangements.
Most of us have been asked or will be asked to put a few words together and repeat them in front of a staring crowd. For most people, this is a formidable challenge. For some, it's a nightmare. With Toasts for All Occasions as your guide, you'll never be afraid of "saying a few words" again. This unique updated reference book gathers hundreds of toast samples -- from traditional and conservative, to uncommon and amusing -- that can be adapted by anyone, in any situation, at any time...even at the last minute! The hundreds of examples in Toasts for All Occasions can be easily modified to fit any circumstance or situation. It will provide you with the blueprint for a flawless and heartwarming personal or business toast that you can put together days or moments before the spotlight is on you.
The ideal romantic lake outing requires three things. 1. Natural beauty, because soaring hearts demand scenery to match. 2. Not too many people, because romance shuns crowds. 3. Some luxury, because love likes it a little cushy. Suttle Lake, in central Oregon, earns top marks in all three categories. The glacier-formed lake is undeniably a stunner. But oddly, even at the height of summer, Suttle never feels mobbed—despite being one of Oregon’s more accessible mountain lakes (U.S. 20 skirts its northern shore).
But luxury is where Suttle really scores. Its seven-year-old resort is a modern take on Mt. Hood’s Timberline Lodge, big on rough-hewn beams and wrought-iron chandeliers. The spa offers couples’ massages; the Boathouse Restaurant serves surprisingly-ambitious-for-being-out-in-the wilds Northwest cuisine, like grilled salmon with charmoula cumin sauce and buttermilk-soaked trout and chips. There’s a long list of activities you can participate in—kayaking, canoeing, fly-fishing, hiking. But if you just want to sit on the lodge lawn gazing off at the lake and thinking only about each other, that’s fine too.
Stay: Eagle Feather, the most desirable of the 11 lodge suites, features a sitting room with a stone fireplace and a sleeping loft overlooking the lake. The older lodge cabins are pretty simple, but four contemporary versions fronting Cinder Beach feature all the modern luxuries of the lodge rooms. Lodge suites from $199, waterfront cabins from $299; 2-night min.; thelodgeatsuttlelake.com