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... the local Shari's restaurant.
During the event, everyone in attendance took a balloon outside and Ryan read a poem that his mother had written upon the death of her Grandpa Sampson. At the end of the poem, we had a moment of silence in memory of Jannie and then released the balloons. There was a photographer there that captured the flight of the balloons as they rose over the building. I see the word "Mom" in the ...
... River and will make there way down stream and into the Columbia… as they are diverted around Bonneville Dam…. Or for that matter, John Day, and The Dalles as well… they will pass under a reader…. The reader will tell ODFW how many of the fish made it down river to the ocean….
So Why So Many Released and less than 100,000 make it back to Spawn… 15 or so years ago… National Geographic did an ...
... 8230; Often we’ll have 2 – 3 school buses here at one time and it’s not uncommon to have 5 -8 buses a day… Of kids and adults walking through the facility…
We collect Jack Salmon to feed Herman and his crew. Jack Salmon are fish that return to spawn as immature fish… they are both male and female… and for some reason are misguided… and return in 1 year instead of their natural time frame of 5-6 years… ...
... the 1920's and 1930's. In many places the roadway clings to the basalt rock cliffs that plummet down to the Columbia River. It passes many waterfalls and cascades that tumble down to the bottom of the gorge. The most spectacular of them all is the towering Multnomah Falls. The total height of the falls is said to be 620 feet making it the tallest in the state of Oregon and is said to be the second tallest in the U.S.
We've had a full day today so it is time to take these old bones ...
... trails. We grabbed our wind breakers and a couple of coffees from a cart out front and started up the trail to see the top of the falls (620 feet up). The path was in good condition and had several views of the falls and the gorge on the way up. The most impressive wildlife we saw were a couple of slugs that were longer than dollar bills.
Continuing east, we stopped at the Bonneville Dam and Fish Hatchery (exit 40 off I-84) where we found a geocache and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed