Old Parkdale Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and their food… pushing the excess water out their gills and locking the food in their mouth and then swallow their food… we’ve seen an adult Sturgeon here at Bonneville Fish Hatchery pick up a 12-15 " Jack Salmon and swallow it whole…
Q - What is Jack Salmon?
A - A Jack Salmon is a male salmon that is mixed up... he's about 2 years old and comes back to spawn early... he shows up at 2 ...
... usual Connie has been busy with her camera taking photos mostly of the breathtaking fall flowers in bloom on the grounds!
So our boss Hugh has started with our usual list of things he’d like to get done during our stay… You’ll see in the pictures were taking apart the water ...
... dash for water in one push. 8/3/2014 0 day We awoke to James feeling quite under the weather. We have decided to wait a day at the campground at the base of Crater's volcano for him to regain his strength. We really want to make the waterless stretch without incident. I have been feeling rather ill myself lately. I have had a dull "buzz" in the back of my head. I feel like my balance has been really compromised and I get dizzy easily. I am thinking that these few days ...
... I don't think I have ever seen 6 or 7 rainbows in different places in a single day. Even a double rainbow. The violet was especially intense.
Every time we would turn around another corner driving up the Gorge, there was another rainbow. There must be a pot of gold here somewhere, probably in a pear orchard.
We drove up to the edge of Rowena lookout. The wind at the top was enough to make you ...
... until just before the time that the growing fish start to develop a "nose" for the water. They are then transported to the hatchery that had asked for help rearing their fish. The young salmon get their "nose" there and are released with the hope that more abundant numbers will return in three to five years.
The fertilized eggs (buckets) were then placed on a pallet in their matrix order and transported to the Oxbow Fish Hatchery approx 5 miles down ...