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... November for adult fall chinook and coho salmon spawning.
Fish raised: Chinook and coho salmon.
What to see and do: Display ponds offer a relaxing place to feed large rainbow trout and view adult white sturgeon measuring more than 10 feet long. There is a gift shop open during summer ...
... too. They have year round snow skiing. Some help with man made snow but a high enough mountain to keep it from melting too fast. The lodge was built in 1937 and it took 500 men & women 15 years to build it by hand. They refer to it as the million dollar castle in the clouds, a mile-high architectural wonder. Mount Hood was beautiful too. After our scenic drive, we met Jerry & Ginsong for dinner. It was a lovely ...
... heavily treed and dotted with willow trees that dance in the wind. It is a lovely park but wedged between the highway and the train tracks. The train tracks are right below the park and the train traffic is heavy along this corridor, on both the Washington and Oregon side of the river so the park is noisy! I have found that earplugs virtually eliminate the highway noise and the trains become a muffled ...
... are not on a feeding schedule the volunteers are tasked to take care of these fish… and its been fun to wander down to this pond and the dock that extends into the pond and toss in a couple of cups of fish food daily… It’s even more fun to get there when there is a group of people to give them the task of feeding the trout… And, Rowdy of course goes on point when the fish frenzy for the food … Rowdy is especially funny when he talks to ...
I am going on vacation again and if it seems
inappropriate, let me just point out that I taught two (two!) classes
last quarter (for a total of 8 credits!), so clearly this vacation is
not entirely unearned.
My friend Sally and I are going to Nicaragua. Sally speaks fluent Spanish so even though I haven't put anything
in my suitcase yet, I feel like I'm already packed.
I have been wrestling with some guilt about this vacation, ...