Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and operation of these mechanical marvels.
We spent two short hours admiring this vast collection of land and air transportation vehicles. The consensus of us mechanically inclined males that it would take at least two full days of visitation to do the museum justice. Not surprisingly, the ladies agreed.
Our time here is drawing short. Tomorrow we will pack up and say our goodbyes to the "fish" gang, Hugh our boss and our co hosts, Jim and ...
... River Hatchery… It was a surprise to me… as I don’t have a clue how many uncles I have... and how many of them have the same name… HERMAN…. While at the Oregon State Fair a couple of years later... my uncle picked up a virus from something thrown into the pond… the virus eventually killed him and the other fish that had been at the fair… the decision was made to end the Native Fish Exhibit at ...
... also gets to play with Jil & Mike’s Mavrick (Australian Shepherd) & Megan (Chocolate Lab)… Tomorrow Rowdy has been invited to spend the morning helping Suzy in the office, so we will show up with his bed and Suzy has lots of treats!
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... was located. It was still too early to check in so we drove to Punchbowl Falls located along Eagle Creek just about 3miles west of the city. By that time both girls had fallen asleep and the rain had come back with a vengeance. D was not keen on hiking in the rain, so she decided to stay in the car with the girls while I hiked up the hill alone. Punchbowl falls was a lot smaller than I had thought that it would be, but no less beautiful. To ...
ODFW has a group of these machines in trailers that are moved from hatchery to hatchery… we're told that all hatchery fish in OR, WA, ID, Canada and Alaska under a pact always clip this fin before release….
On a good day, they can clip close to 200,000 fish… they tell me they loose somewhere between 15 – 30 per day to a #11… a #11 is the size of the boot worn by the guys in the pond moving the fish ...