Inn of the White Salmon
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... designed to transport both eggs and fish from one location to another… it can be as simple as a pickup with a canopy with a rack to hold the buckets of eggs going from one hatchery to another, or a 45 ft semi trailer designed to deliver smolt to a spot for release, or trout to your favorite stream….
Each truck has a tank, that tank is shaped so that the fish can be easily moved out of the tank…. A slanted bottom, ...
... is now a Fry….
Care and handling of Fry… Once the fish close, and they turn to the fry stage they move to the ponds on the property….. these fish are small, and hungry… a lot of fish…. Several hundred thousand of them are placed into one of the ponds…. If the fish end up in one of the old ponds, they are fed by hand 4 times a day… if they are in one of the newer ponds they are fed by feeders ...
... needed. She generally is done with her chores before me so she takes the dogs for their last walk before we head out.
About forty five minutes worth of picking up and packing up outside and we are ready to roll. I have used my vast brain power to my advantage as I am training Jil to do all of the outside chores, Hee, Hee. Jil, using her vastly superior intelligence, has learned the process in a remarkably short period and remains the inside packer upper. Can't blame a fella ...
Note: I added photos to some of the previous blogs.
Not one thing was funny today!
That takes the stress off me to try to be entertaining.
This park was complete with train tacks near by and lots of toys and places for kids, a mini Disney land. It was 70 this morning, the first I started out in shorts. We left at 9. We find lots of wheat, cows and farm land west of Spokane. We spot two small moose! Excitement!!! There is some sort of ...
... of Woodson at 1:00, we drove to Oregon City to go to the Oregon Trail End Interpretive Center. As it turns out, it is really no longer there…only a visitors’ center still there, so we were a little disappointed. However, the spot we were on was the area where ALL the folks coming out around Mount Hood part of the Oregon Trail HAD to come here because this was the only place in the Northwest that had an official that could sign off on Land Grants located there. By ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking