Whispering Woods Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 8230; They end up in restaurants, stores, fish markets… etc. LAST year the vendor gave away close to 50,000 lbs of fish to a local food bank that were edible but not suitable for the stores to …
Fish kept for harvesting eggs and milt are given some shots and then put into two ponds… ...
We left Kennewick under mostly cloudy skies after eating breakfast at the hotel. By the time we reached the Columbia River, it had started to rain. The rain continued to build in intensity as we approached our first waterfall on the north side of the river (actually in Washington). The temperatures had plummeted from the low 90s we had in Kennewick yesterday to the mid 50s! The drive to Panther Creek falls was enjoyable though… ...
... serotonin levels (improving mood, increasing mental alertness and relieving stress)." We took a lot of deep breaths at the falls.
When we left the falls, Search and Rescue was training in the area.
After dinner, Peggy, Linda, and I attended mass at St. John's in the Woods Mission in Welches. It is a small church snuggled in the woods and has wooden benches made of half logs.
We walked/hiked 2.5 miles today.
... as Bert and re-establish old friends and acquaintances at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery from spring of 2012, Mike & Jil, Hugh, Suzy, Greg, Angel, Carla, Dan, Miranda and other ODFW staff. Our dance card has been full. We will be packing up our RV tomorrow and head south ... first stop Bend OR, then on to Klamath Falls, OR on Sunday as we head South to Arizona and warmer weather.
Connie has gotten fairly proficient customizing the ...
... Oh, for young eyes again. We walk the road with railroad tracks imbedded into it, traverse the trestle and enter a parking lot--- for automobiles. When did they build this recreation area? Take the path down the steep hillside and you are at the confluence of Tanner Creek and the mighty Columbia River. Who'd a thunk it? Sheesh!
By the way, went walked down to that rocky beach at the confluence and the scenery was spectacular.