Inn of the White Salmon
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... deep Columbia River Gorge. The Bonneville Fish Hatchery is located smack dab in the middle of the most beautiful portion of the gorge. It is located about 40 miles from downtown Portland, Oregon and is adjacent to Interstate 84. A million people visit annually. Some come to picnic, some just to spend a quiet day in lovely park-like surroundings. And some come just to stretch their legs as the hatchery provides a perfect rest stop for the travel ...
... usual Connie has been busy with her camera taking photos mostly of the breathtaking fall flowers in bloom on the grounds!
So our boss Hugh has started with our usual list of things he’d like to get done during our stay… You’ll see in the pictures were taking apart the water ...
Piling into a Suburban is a real art for six arthritic adults with cameras, extra clothes, tripods and a case of water. ( Picture this -- clowns at the circus packing the Beetlebug car) . Within the first block, the front seat driver and navigator (Steve and Dan) told the rest of us the "rules for the day"! “Helpful driving hints cannot be offered from row 2 or 3.”
... fin at the top of the back) and the tail… Hatchery fish have the adipose fin clipped while at the hatchery… this used to be done by hand… but is now mostly done by machinery… fish naturally swim upstream into a flow of water…. So the fish, when they are around 3 ½ to 4" long are pumped into a tanks and they are than run up a small stream of 2” diameter tube… the fish swim through a gate and are ...
... popular driving tour of the beautiful Hood River Valley's farms and wineries and businesses. In season the Hood River Scenic Railroad may be ridden around a good portion of the Loop. The train stops at various places of interest to allow its passengers time to visit and or make purchases. Wineries, farm stands, fruit packing plants, restaurants, a lavender farm, country stores and even an alpaca farm are on the route. This weekend the Pear Festival ...