Fairfield Inn And Suites Portland Airport
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... tallest, continuously flowing waterfall in the lower 48. One of the aspects that is stunning about Oregon is how lush and green it is, and with all that water it’s quite beautiful. We took a 1 mile walk to another fall along this waterfall “row” and then hopped back in the RV to drive across the Bridge of the Gods and into Washington. I had remembered from a visit about 20 years ago that there were hot springs in the ...
... the 'last' get-togethers, after all the couch surfing, after all the movie-and-fire-nights and snow weekends and plans..... I was driving over the Ross Island Bridge just trying to take it all in. I had a giant latte, exquisite jade earrings, unread books, and a bottle of wine signed by my friends. I had my guitar. And I was. On. My. Way. And I was bawling my eyes out.
What a strange feeling I had in my body. Akin to a ...
... building but several others, namely Miranda, Sally, and Laurie are here to help today. The fish belong to a hatchery near La Grande, Oregon. The Umatilla American Native Tribe funds the research project. They sent representatives to help process the salmon.
The fish were sorted yesterday for ripeness. The females that were ready to spawn were placed in a large tube to keep them separate from the general population and placed back into the pool. ...
... the north side of the river was pretty although there were not many viewpoints to pull off. The road ran right beside the river or up on the side of the mountain. We stopped briefly at the Bonneville Dam to watch the fisher persons catch shad.
Note: The dam is in 2 parts since there is an island in the river at that point. One part produces power and the other part contains fish ladders and ways for the migrating fish to get through ...
... up to follow up with further study. And sometimes, I just don't prep ahead, but I love it when I do... it's fun to know so much about it all!
The one thing I need to overcome is my instinctual reflex to put things on paper and thus out of my mind. I gather information, get it in writing, then it flies my brain. As a tour guide, it needs to go the other way- into my brain and thus out of my lips!