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As one would expect, the Columbia is used for more than generating hydroelectric power. Ocean-going freighters travel up river as far as Portland Oregon and Vancouver Washington. Before entering the river they must cross the Columbia Bar, a transition area between ocean and river. The bar has accounted for the wreckage of 2000 large ships since 1792 and is known world wide as The Graveyard Of The Pacific.
Barges pushed by ...
... through the window easier and view the public… But what is really a hoot… is that I love to swim between them and the window… And see what they're doing… and then… when no one is looking… I bump their legs with my body and see if I can tip them over in my pond… Often I can bump them hard enough to tip them over... and fill their waders with water… LOL!!!
One of the other things ...
... of cut up frozen salmon are taken from the very large walk in freezer and placed in a 5 gallon bucket in the adjacent room to thaw. The fun part comes the next day when the thawed fish are nice and juicy and ready to be fed to Herman the sturgeon and his pals. Needless to say, the procedure is messy.
In between daily chores the hosts help our groundskeeper boss by deadheading and pruning plants, trimming ivy, mowing lawns, cleaning out the two water feature pools, blowing ...
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.”
... hatchery and in some cases there might not be enough water to supply all the ponds…. Thus part of the shuffle….
When we got to our unload location, we just backed up to a pond, attached a hose mind you a 10” hose and opened a gate, and let the fish run out of the tank into a pond… Climbed to the top of the truck, opened the lid to make sure all the little guys were out and safe.. and then we buttoned up the ...