Old Parkdale Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... copper tubing and the corner stones have been replaced.
Next to receive a little TLC will be the copper fish sculpture, which is placed in the middle of the large rock based drinking fountain/bird bath. It is a giant pain as the artist was not someone who understood how to build a solid base for the tall sculpture. One attempt to strengthen the base took place two years ago. Due to flexing of the original base it also ...
... our "boss" during that afternoon so he could get us up to speed to any changes that may have occurred in our absence. After filling out necessary paperwork, we were assigned Thursday through Saturday as duty days and every other Wednesday. The other hosts will work Sunday through Tuesday and every other Wednesday. I jokingly informed the boss that since today, Tuesday, is really not our work day that we are going to take Wednesday off. He saw no humor in that at all.
... spending probably close to an hour shooting the falls with different lenses and different exposure settings, I headed back down to the car. We then drove back to town, checked into the hotel (very spacious room with riverside views), and had dinner at the Char Burger located adjacent to the hotel.
As we were walking out of the restaurant, we stopped by their gift shop and looked at the various knick-nacks they had for sale. I ...
... it will be sanitized for the next load…
Water temperature is critical….. the fish don’t do well if the water temperature from one pond to another is more that 10* F. So the truck might take on warmer or colder water to span the gap so to speak to lessen the shock from one pond to another…. Or from one pond to the release point….
Other Methods of Tagging Fish ... So trimming the adipose fin ...
... the 1920's and 1930's. In many places the roadway clings to the basalt rock cliffs that plummet down to the Columbia River. It passes many waterfalls and cascades that tumble down to the bottom of the gorge. The most spectacular of them all is the towering Multnomah Falls. The total height of the falls is said to be 620 feet making it the tallest in the state of Oregon and is said to be the second tallest in the U.S.
We've had a full day today so it is time to take these old bones ...