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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today started with an early wake up in preparation for a big day of Sightseeing. We canned the idea of Mt St Helens late last night as it was going to take 4 hours to get there and then 4 hours back. 8 hours of driving for Will would have been massive. We decided instead to head along the Columbia River Gorge Byway. However, due to waking up and seeing a very thick fog around us we decided to can the idea of going today and hoping for better weather tomorrow. It says that it is supposed to ...
... for the Native Fish Display…
Back then… My uncle Herman’s home was in the Clackamas River Hatchery… and Percy Southwick, the hatchery manager would pick my uncle out of the pond, throw a few old wool army blankets around him… flood the blankets with water… and haul him to Salem… Even though we’re fish… we seem to be able to live 20 hours out of water… So the trip ...
... will produce about 3500 eggs on the average… and for each female we need one male… Last year I think they harvested close to 14 million eggs… That’s about 4000 females and 4000 males we’ll hold in ponds on the property until the females are ripe… In other words… ...
... a lush rainforest for about 8miles. We had to do a little scouting to find the trail to the waterfall as there are no signs. We did ultimately find that someone had spray painted an arrow to the trailhead on the road, but even then you had to know where to look for it. By the time we had found the trailhead, the rain was coming down in buckets which made retrieving the raingear from the Thule box on the roof a bit of an ordeal.
... phone for on-the-fly directions. By the bye, Google maps is much more accurate as there is no involvement of a "third party" who has never, ever learned how to read a map. We find a shady place to park and all four of us pile out of the truck.
Furry ones are welcome on the lower level so the four of us walk the Stations Of The Cross. Located in the deep shadows of a conifer forest the Stations beautifully blend into nature. Our furry friends are ready for a little lunch and ...