Trout Lake Valley Inn
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... are many wind turbines on the hills.
We went up to where the river turns north and we crossed the river and entered Washington to stay for a week That'll be coming up next entry.
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... and operation of these mechanical marvels.
We spent two short hours admiring this vast collection of land and air transportation vehicles. The consensus of us mechanically inclined males that it would take at least two full days of visitation to do the museum justice. Not surprisingly, the ladies agreed.
Our time here is drawing short. Tomorrow we will pack up and say our goodbyes to the "fish" gang, Hugh our boss and our co hosts, Jim and ...
... Vic Atiyeh and John Donaldson, the ODFW director honored him on his 50th anniversary of attending the Oregon State Fair… Sometime early in May of 1983 my uncle and one of his brothers was stolen from Roaring River Hatchery… and he was lost forever… we have no idea who and where he ended up…
ODFW made a trip to the Columbia River and picked up another one of my Uncles, and placed him in ...
... viewing area. We also check the trout ponds for “morts”- dead fish and remove them. During the day we water potted plants and act as tour guides for the one million yearly visitors who come to enjoy the hatchery. Later in the afternoon we empty trash cans, pick up downed tree branches and generally ready the 5 acre hatchery grounds for the following day.
Once a week we get to feed the sturgeon and large trout that live in the sturgeon pond. The day before feeding, ...
We awoke to another beautiful day we enjoyed breakfast in the sun and then headed off to the trailhead at the Senator Tom MacColl Preserve just east of Hood River. Sections of the old highway have been repaved and opened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic only and this make a really ...