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... is awe when we visit older churches and chapels as they are so ornate. It seems that every nook and cranny has some eye candy to offer us- all of which has meaning.
Adjacent to the Chapel is an elevator that rises up the side of the 100 foot bluff. We jump in and ride to the upper level. The grounds up here are even more magnificent than down in the plaza and the views are to die for. Looking directly out and also to the west is the Portland metropolitan area. Looking east ...
... adipose fin is still intact- hatchery fish have had theirs clipped before release. To make sure the fish is wild the fish's head is passed in front of a scanner which would detect a metal I.D. tag if hatchery raised. If the scan is negative the fish is put into a tube that will transport it to an awaiting tank truck. The truck will transport the wild salmon past the Bonneville Dam and released.
The euthanized fish have been sold to a buyer or are donated to the ...
... who lived here in the recent past.
Also in the Interpretative Center, there was a section about a Russian (grandson of Czar Alexander ll) who settled in the area to start a peace retreat. It failed in his lifetime, but has since started again successfully. He had lots of antiques which the family donated someof to the center.
Additionally, there was a display about a Jesuit priest who came to the area to ...
... here. The memorial is very similar to Stonehenge and is supposed to be how Stonehenge would look if it hadn’t fallen apart. It was impressive right on the bluff above the Columbia River. We decided we didn’t have time to make it to the Maryhill Art Gallery before it closed so we headed back down 97, across the bridge into Oregon. We headed west for 19 miles and came into The Dalles about 5:00. We drove right to our hotel, ...
... infirma. I give it the one foot test and my foot doesn't sink into an abyss. I give it the two foot test fully expecting to disappear, never to be seen or heard from again. Despite the appearance of this goopy mess, I am able to take a firm stand and open the back door. SPLOOSH! All the soupy **** in the hopper comes pouring out right on to my boots and rain pants. Man, that vacuum picks up a lot of water with all the organic debris!
It is close ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed