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... the washer & dryer, wash room and shower… this is going to be our home for the next 2 months… we’ve got our US flag up, our Road Runner set up by our host sign post and our name plaque… We’ve got our awning out… and our sun room set up… for Bonneville the sun ...
... storm is building right over our heads. Peels of thunder are echoing off every cliff face and mountainous peak. I feel like I am in a book. We set up our tents with a furious speed, just in time for an intense hail storm. We had marble to quarter size hail that relentlessly beat down on us. I thought my tent was going to shred at any moment. Luckily everything held up and 20 minutes later it settled to a cold drizzle. 8/5/2014 23 miles (1884) The dizziness in my head ...
... of the falls and feel the mist getting my lens wet!
Marilyn, AE,Terri and I were up for the challenge of hiking to the top of the Falls for the “million dollar shot”. After too many switchbacks to count and a mile+ steep grade, we threw in the towel and decided perhaps a postcard would do! Besides we knew the rest of them were gathered at the picnic benches ...
... high above the river. This segment of the trail begins with an uphill but levels out with some gentle ups and downs until you near Mosier where there is a steady downhill into town and a long uphill run to return.
On the east side of the twin tunnels there is a wonderful viewpoint before the long down hill run ...
... building but several others, namely Miranda, Sally, and Laurie are here to help today. The fish belong to a hatchery near La Grande, Oregon. The Umatilla American Native Tribe funds the research project. They sent representatives to help process the salmon.
The fish were sorted yesterday for ripeness. The females that were ready to spawn were placed in a large tube to keep them separate from the general population and placed back into the pool. ...