The Resort at the Mountain
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We went on another hike today. It was close to our condo. The hike was approximately 3.8 miles in-and-out. It was a sunny day, 71 degrees, and a beautiful sky. We could smell the fragrance of evergreen. Quite often the trail would take us by Old Salmon ...
... their hotdogs, wraps and 3 kinds of decadent fudge.
Horsetail Falls was next on the agenda. Nice spray, lush greenery and no hiking. My pictures weren’t worthy of 4-5 stars in Lightroom and it wasn’t because I didn’t use my tripod so no dreamy waterfall pixs! Probably too much fudge ...
... tanker truck and are trucked around the Bonneville Dam and released for their trip up river…
Excess Fish - Assume for minute that the hatchery will need 5,000 fish, that means about 60,000 fish will be excess… we sell to the high bidder all excess fish… if we assume about 15 lbs per fish… that’s about 900,000 lbs of fish.. and this might be a high number… but daily for weeks a semi shows up… ...
... fence. They go up a man made channel instead and climb a fish ladder leading into the lower holding pond. Another channel and fish ladder lead to a rather narrow channel where they will be harvested.
Harvesting salmon has become a mechanized wonder. A "crowder" is used to move the fish towards the spawning building. The crowder is a device that is moved back and forth via a cable and fits tightly within a narrow channel. It moves back away from the ...
... McMenamins simultaneously. Most of our time was spent in the city of Gresham or out in Hood River area. The forests, trails and waterfalls along the Historic 30 were impressive and Hood River was an amazing winery town,brewery town & tourism mecca in general. We sat on the grass along the Columbia River for a very long time just watching the kite boarders in action. Still strangely ...