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- Indoor pool
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... were bringing in the salmon and sorting them, putting them through a metal detector for hooks, and then removing them. The salmon they won't use for spawning they give to the Oregon Food Bank or sell to fish markets. We visited the gift shop and then headed to the Visitor Center at Bonneville Dam.
When we entered the road to the Bonneville Dam they asked us if we had any weapons with us and then asked to look in the trunk. I don't ...
... a flight of five hard 4 oz. ciders all with an alcohol content above 6%. We all had the Fuzzy Haven (peach), the Plummit (plums and brown sugar) and the Rhuby (rhubarb). I also had the Sweet Tooth and Brier' Berry (blackberry). Larry and Derek both had Imperial Hopped Cider. Derek's fifth was Mora Rosa (raspberry) and Larry's was Ginger's Haven (ginger and peach). By the time we finished I was feeling a little tipsy as I don't ...
... of the hill to get a final glimpse of Mt St Helens. Then drove along the Columbia River Gorge and the shores of Lake Bonneville. This was where Louis and Clark traveled on their way to the Pacific coast in 1805.
Arrived at our forest camp next to the east fork of the Hood River, at Nottingham campground. There is also a Sherwood campground but a warning notice told us Robin Hood campground nearby was destroyed in a flash flood in ...
... the girls found a good spot to ride their scooters. Andrew enjoyed watching the evening kite surfers in action. This is another great example of how great having an RV is, you can just spend the evening having dinner where ever you choose!
The next morning we headed back into downtown and enjoyed the last ...
... by a complicated system of canals and lift pumps. Sternwheeler excursions ply the river to the delight of tourists. Sport fishing for salmon and steelhead began in the 1920’s. Powerboats and sailboats provide pleasure for their skippers and crews. Other water sports such as canoeing and windsailing are commonplace.
The most dramatic scenery is where the river cuts through the Cascade Range creating the 100 mile long and ...