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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... salmon and 300,000 steelhead each year-wow! Only 3% of the salmon make it back to spawn, and the fish were returning to the hatchery through the fish ladder at the dam. The fish were migrating, and we could see them move up the fish ladder outside and through a viewing window inside the building. Jim was disappointed he didn't see any monsters! I took a tour of the hydroelectric facility at the dam. It was a little eerie to go inside below ...
... to see Jerry & Ginsong but we are disappointed the girls, Makana & Keona, are away at a science camp for the week. We left their house this morning to explore the Columbia River Gorge area. Jerry gave us good tips about what to see. The sights we saw were amazing First stop was at the Vista House at Crown Point overlooking the Columbia River. It was built in 1916 to be a "comfort station" for ...
... metal for furniture and fixtures, sculpting old telephone poles into beams and banisters, weaving, looming, sawing.”
Snow was still on the peaks and some snow boarders were sighted – to think it was the end of May. Yes, dinner was expensive but so good! And the Oregon wine complemented my savory salmon superbly at the end of a wonderful day with friends.
... and Arizona along with family from Seattle and Beaverton areas. All in all we had 35 family members here to celebrate Jannie. There are 34 people in the cover photo, as one was late.
It was a wonderful day of memory making with a friend of Jannie;'s son, Ryan being a professional photographer and ...
... is nothing out of the ordinary but the girls and ladies wear home made full dresses that reach to the tops of their shoes and fit closely around the neck. The dresses are somewhat plain similar to what the pioneer ladies wore over 100 years ago. The ladies also always cover their heads.
We've taken a little time to do some necessary shopping and snooping this past week. We stopped at Mitchell Peak on our way to Hood River in order to view the Mitchell Tunnel. Much to ...