Days Inn & Suites Gresham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... used for rearing of, summer steelhead, winter steelhead and coho (coho egg incubation occurs at Cascade Hatchery). The hatchery has excellent egg and fingerling quarantine facilities that are often used to assist other hatchery programs in the basin.
Best time to visit: All year for display ponds. ...
... has made his way north where we will both hang around for the 'PCT days' event, then trek north together. Apparently mountain lions are pretty comon in the area, so this suits me very well.
We have spent the last day and a half exploring the trails around Cascade Locks which are full of beautiful waterfalls and old-growth forest.
After I have finished with the PCT, I have plans to head to Canada and work for a couple of weeks on an organic farm as part ...
... morn, the view was worth seeing, as well as talking with the docents dressed in period clothing.
SIDENOTE: Lynn Herrin was tracing her parent's honeymoon route in the 1930’s and blogging as we went along. The Vista House was one of her parent’s stops as noted from old Cross and Dimitt postcards Lynn found in an old box of photos.
... out the sheep area. Mucking out this area consisted of using a pitchfork to unearth old straw and sheep poop. It smelled terrible. I was then pulled away because I was needed to help fix a hole in the back of the sows pig pen, where a sow actually got out. Luckily, the sow was lazy so didn’t go too far or try too hard to evade us. Finally the day was done. We made pizza again for dinner, and of course it was ...
... this wait the eggs are much less susceptible to damage from movement as their skins toughen.
This particular batch of fertilized eggs is going to the Oxbow hatchery where they will be hatched and raised until just before the time that the growing fish start to develop a "nose" for the water. They are then transported to the hatchery that had asked for help rearing their fish. The young salmon get their "nose" there and are released with the ...