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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 ...
... November for adult fall chinook and coho salmon spawning.
Fish raised: Chinook and coho salmon.
What to see and do: Display ponds offer a relaxing place to feed large rainbow trout and view adult white sturgeon measuring more than 10 feet long. There is a gift shop open during summer ...
... on I-5, the drive was beautiful. Starting with Mt. Shasta in California, the drive was about as scenic as any interstate I've ever driven.
We stopped a couple of times along the way for one-night stays. The first was around Medford - we spent a relaxing evening playing pool and hanging out at the playground. The next night we stopped near Corvallis. The KOA there had mini-golf and a nice trail/area to walk ...
... llamas. Supposedly, the llamas protect the sheep and keep coyotes and other predators away. The lambs are so cute and fun to hold. Sometimes they get really cuddly with you. We had pizza for dinner and it's a group cooking, so we all did certain things to help out. I can’t wait for the rest of my time here and I knew that my blog posts will get longer and longer as I do more things for the ...
... street from this little town's main drag where most restaurants were. For a city this small, the restaurant scene was pretty vibrant, and we had our pick at some very well rated establishments. We chose the closest one to our B&B, Brian's pourhouse, which was super busy. Hood River may be a small town but due to a steady stream of visitors who want to hike Mt Hood, windsurf in the river or take in the natural beauty of the gorge, it is not a backwoods-kind-of town.