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Travel Blogs from Trout Lake
... of the Gorge. It seems as immense as the Grand Canyon, I guess that we will have to make that comparison in a few months. Cooked salmon, squash, potatoes, a beet salad and we finished a growler of hard cider for dinner. Then baked pears and ice cream for dessert. A fine meal. Paul and Bobby allowed Kate and I an opportunity to redeem ourselves at Euchre, but no such luck. Then Paul tried to teach us Settlers of Catan, but again, no such luck. Kate won! Oh, and it's raining ...
... to enforce the international agreement… and they guess, and that’s a guess that their part of the agreement is not being adhered to.. so Nat Geo decided to survey some of the fishermen and see what they had to say…. Most weren’t willing to admit they even knew there was a international capture limit, and none seemed to care.. all they wanted to do is fish the fishery and capture all they could… as they would easily ...
... 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. ...
... times they have more knowledge than we do. Those are referred to a "fish guy or gal". Smart Alecks.
We have had a lot of visitors since Labor Day. Most are locals, some are from the mid west and eastern United States. Most arrive by private vehicle, some in RV's, and some on tour busses. We even had three Buddhist Monks from Tibet visit a few days ago. Many Mennonites live in Oregon and Washington. Their distinguished dress is a dead give away to their presence. The ...
... until we added up all the cost-which was a lot. I also
realized that if we wanted to live in a nice house and watch TV and
play tennis all the time, we could just stay home and do it with our
friends. So that was out.
Instead, we are going to Guatemala. Where I have never been before but I
remember hearing about in the news in the '80s (not the Contras and
the Sandinistas, that's Nicaragua. Guatemala had a nasty civil war
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