Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... When we finished Wahkeena, our next stop was Bridal Veil falls. This waterfall is not visible from the road, and you have to hike about half a mile into the woods to find it. This is a lso a downhill hike, where you do the easy downhill walk to get to the waterfall, and then there is the long walk uphill to get back to the bike. Jody was feeling adventurous, so she did some rock climbing and tree climbing to get some good ...
... round trip) Nice view of the Columbia and Bonneville Dam east of here from a high point on the trail. Unfortunately I forgot my camera for the hike. Lesson 1 for this trip. We may try to hike to the top of Beacon Rock tomorrow if I can stand the fear of height on the cliff edges.
From LC Journals Lewis wrote about this location. “It is only in the fall of the year when the
river is low ...
While here at Bonneville Fish Hatchery it always surprises me how fast the time goes by … Here we are half finished with our stay and we have already had many family visit for the '$100' tour! Cousin Bill from Yakima; another Cousin Irene from Indiana, relocating to the Pacific Northwest and now from Vancouver, WA; Mom celebrated her 86th Birthday and my sister Shirley with a tour of the Hatchery and especially liked ...
... underwent another renovation in 1974 as part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) mitigation of fish losses from the construction of the John Day Dam. In 1998 construction was completed on the Captive Broodstock Facility for the Grande Ronde Basin spring Chinook supplementation program.
... about 10 fisherman – fishing in a style I had never seen. They would line up along the cement bank and throw their lines “up” the current, lines pointed downward and let it drift back to them. Miraculously, it worked for them and then they would sell their fresh “catch” out of the cooler in the back of their trucks. I wouldn’t recommend this as a ...