Days Inn & Suites Gresham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wednesday, August 26, 2015. PCT day 129. Miles Eagle Creek 5/10-PCT 2144. I made it to Cascade Locks today, completing the Oregon section of the PCT, another milestone. That means I have 514 miles of Washington to walk before I am done with this epic journey. I will say that today was one of my favorite parts of the trail. Eagle Creek was spectacular. It reminded me in a way of Zion ...
... off their shoes & Jon & I had no problem with our items so that was good. We just went through the metal detector & didn't have to have to go through the further screening which was nice. Once through security we located our gate. The kids then went on a few walks, & made some new friends with a couple of boys that were going onto London as well to visit family. We were able to board the plane on time & made it to Vancouver in ...
... cheaper here; and another $160 on a Samsonite bag which is co-shared with David. We shopped till 8:45pm, something which I didn't expect. Gosh, shopping can be so tiresome and towards the last hour, I just wanted to get outta there as we have to get back for dinner. What made it worse was that the road leading to the highest was closed because of some road works. We had to wait 30mins to waiting for turn to ...
... of fish… weight it a second time and then count the fish and compute the number of fish per pound... We tested close to 20 ponds today and the average is 17.6 fish per pound… So now we put 2,000 lbs of fish on a truck... I know that 2,000 lbs of fish doesn’t sound like a lot but the tank has to have enough water and O2 to support the fish... thus 2000 lbs of fish would be about 35,200 fish on each truck... some of the trucks ...
... the photos and postcards they had there and saw a sunset shot of the Columbia River gorge with the Vista House in the foreground that caught my eye. After seeing that, we went back to our room and did a little research to find out where that shot was taken (turns out it was 25miles to the west). Not having anything else to do, we set out for that location for sunset. When we got to the overlook, there were two photographers there. Not ...