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... has gotten worse. I'm beginning to think I have an ear infection. 8/6/2014 27 miles (1911) I have to apologize to all of my avid followers for not being devoted to updating my blog. To be quite honest, this trip has been the most trying and tiring endeavor of my life. It is hard for me to get up the energy or willpower to journal after a serious day of backpacking. Which has been all I've done for months. California became quite droll and I had no real desire to write ...
... this neck of the woods, how we long for Arizona prices on this long drive home, as the dollar count is going up and up each time we fill up! We are trying to,offset costs a bit by staying in free spots, like the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning, where we managed to get our same vista-view back in site that we had the 'first-of-the-trip' margaritas in on our trip down...seems like yesterday we were all there sitting ...
Time to start planning the cross county ride (and back). I figure 8 months is about right to make sure everything is in place and all the contingencies are covered.
To make it poetic, I'm going to cover from Astoria to Astoria on the ride. As in coast to coast - Oregon to New York. I'll be starting from Sandy, Oregon and riding to Astoria, Oregon ...
... a little human help exiting the fish's belly. Not one egg is to be left behind.
A sample of 20 eggs from each fish is examined and each egg is individually weighed. The average weight of an egg can range from .15 to .35 of a gram. The weight doesn't matter as much as the weight consistency of the eggs per female. Inconsistent egg weight probably means the gal has been sick at one time or another or is now diseased.
The eggs captured ...
... a hike back up but it was worth it.
We stopped at the Portland’s Women’s Park which had beautiful vistas of the river and the gorge. For most of the 50 mile trip to the town of Hood River, we drove on I-84 which is right beside the river. At the Panorama Point near Hood River we hoped to see Mt. Hood, Mt. Saint Helen and Mt. Adams. But alas, there were too many low clouds and we could see nothing. Lunch of pizza ...