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Travel Blogs from Government Camp
... and 60 thousand Winter Steelhead. Adult salmon begin arriving at the hatchery in September and are then sorted through before spawning begins. Spawning begins during the last week in October and continues until the beginning of December. As part of their natural life cycle all Pacific Northwest Salmon die after spawning.
There are also at least 40 different species of birds to view at Bonneville Fish Hatchery. Lewis and Clark camped on ...
... led down to the base of the falls and we carefully headed down this trail. Once at the small area at the base of the waterfall, we stopped to eat lunch and enjoy the beautiful views in this secluded little area within earshot of the highway. Sunlight hitting the waterfall created a waterfall at the base. After eating lunch and taking some pictures, we made the challenging hike back up to the ridgeline. Just before the highway ...
... and by doing so hope to have made their visit here more fun and informative.
Tuesday through Friday the fish guys were busy processing salmon. It is amazing to us that four semi trucks full of fish destined for the fish market and food bank have being hauled out of here this past week. Each morning since Tuesday a truck would be waiting for the processing to begin at 0800 hrs. and at days end at 1530 hrs. the refrigerated truck trailers were full. What is ...
... to get the passenger windshield wiper for the RV that we lost in Boise, ID replaced.
In reflection, one observation that continues to play out time and time again in every location we have traveled to, is the reliability in which I can and will find Rednecks and good americanized Mexican food provided by a host of Latinos. There you go folks…Rednecks and Latinos ...
... cowboys and Indians land. Beautiful and poignant too. Then we were in the shadow of Mount Hood and some awesome sights of peaks. Scottie chose a campground that turned out to be a winner! Aside from the rain and the cold, the site at Lake Trillium was perfect! Basic campground - no hook ups - but an old growth forest surround a lake, under Mt Hood (that was sadly totally blanketed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking