Old Parkdale Inn
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... for the Native Fish Display…
Back then… My uncle Herman’s home was in the Clackamas River Hatchery… and Percy Southwick, the hatchery manager would pick my uncle out of the pond, throw a few old wool army blankets around him… flood the blankets with water… and haul him to Salem… Even though we’re fish… we seem to be able to live 20 hours out of water… So the trip ...
... and hauled off a semi truck full of fish that have returned to the hatchery… Of those fish released 3-6 years ago… These are hatchery fish… They have their adipose fin clipped… but that’s another blog… today you just need to understand that the fish go to a contractor who ...
... trail. We passed by Obsidian falls as well. The entire area was littered with shards of obsidian. It was awesome. 8/11/2014 21 miles (2001.5) We walked through lava fields all day today in the shadow of Mt. Washington. The lava rock was killer on the feet and shoes. We could hardly walk faster than 2 miles per hour on it. 8/12/2014 20.5 miles (2022) Camp at Rock pile lake. 8/13/2014 25 miles (2047) We encountered some serious thunderheads in the Mt. Jefferson wilderness. ...
For the first time in weeks the weather was starting to turn foul. It began as we were making our way up the Oregon coast, and didn't look like it was planning on going away any time soon. We didn't have much time left, and had a choice to make: endure with the coastal drive back to Seattle, or retreat inland and hope the weather was better. We decided to bravely turn tail and head for the hills. Or a gorge, ...
... males are placed in a mesh basket for safekeeping and placed back into the pool.
Interestingly, many of the salmon are ready to spawn but will not spawn unless they have access to a gravel bed. As one would suspect there isn't as much as a pebble on the bottom of their pool.
The male fish are milked of their milt and most of them returned to the pool so that they may be milked again. The sample of milt is examined under a microscope and ...