BEST WESTERN Pony Soldier Inn-Gresham
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... the photos with this blog you can see the fish guys starting to tag 4000 fish to be released in a study on the Umatilla River… they have loaded the small tag into a special syringe with a plunger that will push the tag into the belly of the fish when the needle is inserted… the fish are put into a tub of water and a chemical is in the water that will make the fish slow way down… sort of an anesthetic…… they pull the ...
... of the window… The challenge about doing the fish side of the window is to deal with Herman and
his crew… these fish are curious and love to wander by and see what’s changed in their pond… often they will swim between your legs and the side of the pond… and will rub across your legs to see what’s new… it’s an interesting feeling to have a 500 lb fish rub across your legs and lean into you… at first there is ...
... and monuments. It is magnificent. Mass is held at The Grotto at times and seating for hundreds is provided.
The theme of this sanctuary is the sorrow that Mary suffered as her son Jesus was persecuted and crucified as well as her joy when Jesus ascended into Heaven. The Chapel of Mary is one of the most adorned that we have visited. It is very simple but beautiful. The paintings and architecture would be of interest even to non religious folk they are so beautiful. We ...
... east. We walked the town, stopping to check out the galleries and shops, and stayed in town long enough to get a $20 parking ticket? Started the Fruit Trail which starts in Hood River but after two stops - one flower and one fruit farm - we decided it was time to head back to Portland. Will try to continue on the trail another day. ...
Breakfast was huge and enough food to keep us going all day and a short drive back to Banks to finish the last segment of the trail, from Banks up to Buxton. It was warm but once on the trail we soon entered a forest canopy that remained with us for most of the ride. The first 4 miles are pretty flat and then we started to climb for the last 3 miles to the trestle. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking