Best Western Sandy Inn
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... houses, in the barn. This was pretty hard because you have to get all the chicks into a box, until you are finished mucking out their stall. We also just got turkey chicks and they are super cute. Next, I had to make a new creep for the lambs. The creep is a small pen that only the lambs can get into, as it has special food just for the lambs. Finally, I washed and put away eggs again. Tomorrow is my day off, so it will be nice and ...
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 ...
First, the interesting facts. At least they are interesting to us.
Bonneville Fish Hatchery
Bonneville Hatchery was first named “Central Hatchery” and was built in 1909. The hatchery receives thousands of visitors daily. The average number of visitors to the hatchery each year is one million people, from all over the world.
The hatchery raises 8 million Fall Chinook, 1.2 million Coho, and once raised 200 thousand ...
... and the Colosseum. The Matrix was basically a huge room with trampolines on the floors, on the walls, and just about everywhere. Good times. Which made the Colosseum look like heaven on earth. The Colosseum was a trampoline dodgeball arena. IT. WAS. AWESOME.
Nothing more is worth saying.
We went back to the House of Air the day after the day after the first time. The day in between we walked across Golden Gate Bridge. It was GORGEOUS. The views of the Bay ...
... t want to miss our bus. The bus arrived and we got on. There were very few seats and we had trouble finding any empty seats let alone two together so we sat where we could. There were a few unusual people on the bus and we were both relieved that this was our last bus ride for the (American part of the) trip. The bus arrived in Portland right by the MAX rail line so we got the next train and headed out ...