BEST WESTERN PLUS Columbia River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Columbia River Inn Cascade Locks
We had a beautiful river view. The hotel backs up to the gorge/river. We could also see the Bridge of the Gods from our window. The room was large and clean. The inn is very close to the train tracks, but it didn't bother either of us. The inn provided earplugs, but we didn't feel we needed them. The breakfast was typical of a hotel in this price range. Plenty of options, but nothing to knock your socks off.
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We still have a few days left at the hatchery before it's time to say good-bye for 2014. One of the things that is most interesting is the schedule of fish life that we assume while here. Last week we were picking eggs at the hatch house as the first eggs have now 'eyed-up' ...Today we are moving fish from the ponds to other creeks and hatcheries for the fall release ... Tomorrow we will spawn Coho salmon and move the eggs to the hatch ...
It was pointedly brought to my attention by a long time friend that I hadn't written much about our current adventure in the Pacific Northwest. Hmmmmm, I guess he is right. This is our third go-around at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery and I just didn't know how or what to add to our two previous experiences. So after a long delay I will give a shout out to our favorite places to visit while in the Columbia Gorge.
Our favorite place to visit is ...
While here at Bonneville Fish Hatchery it always surprises me how fast the time goes by … Here we are half finished with our stay and we have already had many family visit for the '$100' tour! Cousin Bill from Yakima; another Cousin Irene from Indiana, relocating to the Pacific Northwest and now from Vancouver, WA; Mom celebrated her 86th Birthday and my sister Shirley with a tour of the Hatchery and especially liked ...
... their hotdogs, wraps and 3 kinds of decadent fudge.
Horsetail Falls was next on the agenda. Nice spray, lush greenery and no hiking. My pictures weren’t worthy of 4-5 stars in Lightroom and it wasn’t because I didn’t use my tripod so no dreamy waterfall pixs! Probably too much fudge ...
... in their fish markets… (See The Long Journey of the Pacific Salmon - Returning to their birthplaces to spawn and die, Pacific salmon face dangers. By Jere Van Dyk, Photograph by Natalie Fobes, This article was originally published in the July 1990 National Geographic.)
In the survey that Nat Geo did… they guessed that some countries were easily overfishing the fishery by at least 20 times… and it was guessed that some ...