Days Inn & Suites Gresham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a replacement for my uncle, I was caught and shipped to the pond at Bonneville… can you believe it… The name Herman must be a bad omen since my name is Herman as well…
Through a huge fund raising effort in 1997-98 money was raised and a new deep water pond and viewing center was built just for me… and a few of my cousins and some of the wonderful Rainbow Trout that inhabit the pond… The new pond ...
... and hauled off a semi truck full of fish that have returned to the hatchery… Of those fish released 3-6 years ago… These are hatchery fish… They have their adipose fin clipped… but that’s another blog… today you just need to understand that the fish go to a contractor who ...
... to make it there for opening. When we were breaking camp a fellow thru hiker by the name of Choop (short for Chupacabra) stumbled into our ranks. He had walked ALL night to make it to the buffet. He walked 54 miles in one go.. For a breakfast buffet.. Yes, it was that good. 8/17/2014 27.5 miles (2143.5) Today replaced the Three Sisters as my favorite section of the entire trail. The section was called The Eagle Creek Trail. Every half mile was a world class ...
Again, today was an early one. I did the same routine as I did last Sunday. Luckily, the bike was fixed and tuned, so it ran so much better than it had before. Sadly, I forgot to bring my rain jacket with me, as I left, and it scared me because it was raining all day. Tryouts were good, I played well. We had to end early because there was thunder and lightning. Since the travel back to ...
... the Gulf of Alaska and spun around gathering up moisture. Well, well, lookie what I found, the storm said to itself. A bloomin' typhoon! Typhoon Pabuk slid passed the Japanese Isles and headed north, losing intensity the farther north it went. What it didn't lose is a lot of moisture. It incorporated into the large Alaskan storm which now became a mega storm. Rain to 10" has been predicted for the coastal mountains and Cascades with 4" in the valleys. Winds ...