Mt. Hood Hamlet Bed and Breakfast

Address: 6741 Highway 35, Parkdale, Oregon, 97041, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6741 Highway 35, Parkdale, is near Mount Hood.
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Travel Blogs from Parkdale

The Mighty Columbia River

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 08, 2014

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The Columbia River is the third largest river by water volume in the U.S.A. behind the Mississippi and the Ohio. The river flows from southeastern British Columbia, Canada, drains an area the size of France from seven states, and travels over 1200 miles to its mouth at the Pacific Ocean. Its largest tributary is the Snake River, itself being 1100 miles long. Tidal influence from the Pacific Ocean reaches 130 miles up river. The Columbia River ...

Family, $100 Tour & Herman's Story!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Sep 29, 2014

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... a replacement for my uncle, I was caught and shipped to the pond at Bonneville… can you believe it… The name Herman must be a bad omen since my name is Herman as well…

Through a huge fund raising effort in 1997-98 money was raised and a new deep water pond and viewing center was built just for me… and a few of my cousins and some of the wonderful Rainbow Trout that inhabit the pond… The new pond ...

Portland to Mount Hood

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Jul 23, 2014

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Summary

Drove 56 miles in a little over an hour.

Highlights

Not a huge day for highlights as woke up and the weather was cold and raining, was under 60 so very cold for summer.

We hoped that the weather would clear up during the course of the drive to Mount Hood as the previous day it had cleared up by early afternoon.

Unfortunately our hopes were not realised as it rained persistently all day. The drive up the mountain to the ...

Winding up loose ends & Adios!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 31, 2013

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... pump… some of the fish get under foot and are crushed… the machinery might lose 4 – 10 a day….

Moving the fish ... Once the eggs are hard, that is watered up… they are safe to move and might be moved from one hatchery where they are spawned to another hatchery and hatch house to be raised to the fry stage… and than moved again to be raised to the smolt stage…

Several things have an impact ...

Fish Research & Endangered Salmon Species

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Sep 25, 2013

28 photos

... contaminated with bacteria so water is sprayed on them to keep them as blood free as possible. Then a special tool is used to open the egg skein, or sac. Two people handle each female as the eggs tumble down into a strainer. The goal is to capture only the eggs. The eggs get a little human help exiting the fish's belly. Not one egg is to be left behind.

A sample of 20 eggs from each fish is examined and each egg is individually weighed. The ...

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