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... We went on a tour with a ranger of the US Army Corps of Engineers. He provided a history of the dam. We saw lamprey which had attached themselves to the viewing glass. Gary fed trout at the fish hatchery. We also saw Herman, the 10 foot sturgeon swimming in the tank.
Stop #10 - Bridge of the Gods. For $1 each way we drove over this bridge from Wyeth, OR to Stevenson, WA. The scenery is fantastic going over the bridge.
... see how this scenario unfolds". No sooner had I gotten those words out of my mouth, the gentleman rights himself and hastily walks off with his friends. Your guess is as good as mine as to why he was lying on the sidewalk.
More adventures to come. Stay Tuned!
p.s. The fish count at the dam has rising to well over 698,000 adult chinook salmon this year to date and a seven day total of 220,000! It's a very good year for returning chinook salmon!
... s a winding road that climbs up to the top of the basalt cliffs (byproducts of a volcanic event) that rise on either side of the this section of the river. Even though everything is green, ferny and mossy, I still felt a little "fall" in the air. The main sites are on a roughly 15 mile stretch with Multnomah Falls and Lodge in the middle. So you drive along, park and walk a little way to the waterfalls that feed into the ...
... it be possible, is that some sunshine peeking through the clouds?! Not much, but we'll take it. We started with breakfast at the Market again (steamed BBQ pork bun, blueberry scone, and of course, some fresh fruit) and then hit up Seattle Aquarium. Nothing too out of the ordinary here-seals, otters, fish of all kinds. The highlight was the Giant Pacific Octopus, we happened upon them at feeding time and that was quite a sight to see. The female octopus was all bunched up in the ...
... abandoned locks on the Columbia River where Native Americans still fish. This area is where Lewis and Clark came through the west, and Cascade Locks had a bronze statue of Sacajawea to commemorate the heroic journey. Bridge of the Gods rises over the Columbia River. We drove the Mount Hood (11,235’) Scenic Loop and bought local cherries.
A day spent in Portland was certainly enough. Portland is called "Stumptown"because ...
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