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CABINES RIVER TRINITY ADVENTURE INN
& ALPINE FISH'S DUNSMUIR SKI HAUS
FISH ~ KAYAK ~ ~ RAFT SUP ~ RANDONNÉE ~ ~ GROOVE EXPLORER
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    Ce tableau est sur le chemin de T Park à Dunsmuir et nous fait sourire toujours

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    Notre oreille invité de Sow Mindi et ses copines a célébré son 40e à l'oreille de Sow 1/16

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    Alpen Glow la nuit est encore plus magique

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    Février 2016 captures pour Phil Fischer

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    Alpen Glow est grand, grand et à droite sur la rivière!

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    The Carriage House dispose d'un poêle à bois et grand porche de la rivière

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    Vos hôtes Heidi & Steph ski Shasta. Finalement!

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    Oreille de Sow a un porche profond avec un peu de vue sur la rivière et beaucoup de sons de la rivière

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    Les oiseaux aux mangeoires au Birdhouse sont amusantes à regarder de la véranda ou le salon

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    Le salon de Alpen Glow dispose d'une section en cuir avec un lit queen & 2 inclinables

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    La vue sur la rivière de Alpen Glow et Carriage House est paisible et magnifique. Ceci est l'un des nombreux sites de mariage belles

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    Oreille de Sow est par notre cabine et a l'utilisation de notre bain à remous et d'un patio, à la fois sur la rivière

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    Le rustique Carriage House a beau cuir et de la tapisserie d'ameublement et un poêle à bois grillé chaud

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    La vue depuis le porche de la rivière de la maison de transport qui a une deuxième salle à manger ensemble et un système de brouillard d'été

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    Heidi & Steph célébrant l'hiver sur les planches de stand-up paddle

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    La cabine du Miner est à quelques pieds de la rivière et très privé. Attendez jusqu'à ce que vous voyez le rocher d'atterrissage de la rivière avec la fosse de feu!

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    Le salon Birdhouse est plein de lumière et de plantes. Il est un endroit idéal pour se détendre, se détendre et laisser le monde passer

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    Le Miner est compact et unique avec des installations de cuisson limitées mais suffisantes, y compris une machine à café Keurig

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    Notre place Dunsmuir est parfait pour un Mt. Shasta escapade, ainsi que overnighters passant par le I-5

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    Le Dunsmuir Haus dispose d'un patio privé et agréable de la cuisine. Beaucoup plus pix sur la page de chaque cabine

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"Tout était merveilleux. Donc ,confortable et acommencé à sesentir comme à lamaison. Nous avons apprécié desvues magnifiques et dessons, esquissé, estallé sur lesrandonnées spontanées. Doggie ciel. L'espoir d'être deretour bientôt!" Victoria & Ivan / San Francisco, CA 29/03/16

NOUS SOMMES DANS LA PÉRIODE CALME AVEC NOS PLUS BAS TARIFS DE L'ANNÉE!
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-nous pour un séjourdedétente dans une charmante cabane sur la Trinité où vous pouvez pêcher, lire et observerlanature.
Ou venir à notre Alpine Fish & Ski Haus par Mt. Shasta. La région est connue pour ses retraites spirituelles exquis et spas minéraux. Des perspectives
plussimple? Randonnée fantastique etl'escalade partout.

Nos chalets uniques de larivière Trinity sont répartis sur 3 endroits différents environ 15 minutes de Weaverville. Leurs liens individuels sontau-dessus de la barre d'en-tête. Ils vont de la cabine d'un vrai mineur qui a été soigneusement restauré et amélioré et se trouve à quelques pieds de la rivière tout le chemin jusqu'à Alpen Glow, notre superbe Un cadre qui donne surde vastes pelouses, la rivière,les montagnes etle ciel.

Alpine Fish & Ski Haus in Dunsmuir est un point de rendez
- vous idéal du nord etdu sud. Il a 3 chambres +, 2 sallesde bains, buanderie complète, un patio privé avec foyer et beaucoup plus. Situéà seulement 20 minutes de la montagne. Voir notre Dunsmuir page pourles détails.
Vous allez aimer notre gîte et quelssontleurs domaines ont à offrir!

PRIX Nous avons réduitdudimanche au jeudi et offrent égalementdesréductions sur 3 OU PLUS SÉJOURS DE NUIT. APPEL DE PROMOS PROCHE DEL'ARRIVÉE DATE, AINSI QUEDESGRANDS PRIX HEBDOMADAIRE pourdesséjours prolongés.
par Heidi Tiura 12 oct., 2017
Some of you have wondered what happened to our newsletter and as I considered all that's gone on even in the past several months, I found it daunting to attempt an explanation complete with solely a roundup of the more germane items, let alone my typical roundabout way of telling one story that includes several more and ultimately takes a very long time. But this story is a good one and I can tackle it fairly succinctly, so here goes:

What kid doesn't dream of catching a big fish? Make the kid someone whose grandfather is quite a fisherman and a man the kid is very fond of and you have the goal of a childhood and maybe a lifetime. That was the position Noah Telford found himself in last week when he and his brother and their parents arrived for several days at Sow's Ear. Noah is the fisher of the family and he got right to it while his younger brother Ari, the social director, set about meeting the locals. Ari takes his job seriously; on just their first morning here, he trotted up to Steph, whom he had met earlier, and exclaimed, "I STILL haven't met Heidi!"

Noah had no luck fishing that day so I told him how guests from Holland had located a productive spot on our bank and brought fresh trout up to Sow's Ear for their breakfasts. It was worth checking out and that's what Noah did the next morning. Long before we actually saw Noah's fish, Ari came barreling past our place, announcing Noah had caught a huge fish. "Probably a salmon!" he yelled out breathlessly as he ran up to their cabin.

Things happened pretty fast, but I think Ari then ran back to his brother next, grabbed the fish on its leader, and came to show us. He was so sweetly and genuinely excited for Noah and still maintained fishing was not for him, but when it comes to PR work, Ari is a natural. 

Neither Steph nor I knew what kind of fish Noah had caught, other than enormous. It makes people, especially those up here fishing, laugh when we tell them we don't fish because we don't have time for it. We have fished, but mostly ocean. We will fish again, but I'm pretty sure we'll get into fly fishing here when we clear our calendars enough to pursue it. As we already know, it is an all-consuming sport that mixes passion and skill with entomology. We'll have a steep learning curve except for the passion part.

We figured Noah's fish was a trout and guessed it could be a German brown even though they are often described as ugly. Compared with a rainbow trout, or a coho or king salmon, maybe they are ugly, but look at the deep greens and black spots, each surrounded by a halo.  I'd say it's an attractive fish, but at the time, my main question was whether it was dead. The boys said yes but when I lifted it, I felt a solid jolt. Noah, Steph and I joined forces to dispatch the living fish and I began a gutting and packaging for travel lesson with Noah soon after because the family planned to BBQ it that night after they got home.

I showed Noah the slow version of cleaning his fish. He slit it starting at the anal opening, working up to the gills. Next, he cut up and out from the base of the gills. We pulled out and examined the guts rather than tearing out the gills and guts in one move. That's faster, but our way stretched out the job and allowed him to see how things were attached. As we worked, Noah told me about his grandfather's love of fishing and how he couldn't wait to tell him what had just happened on the Trinity. I was impressed by the boy's thoughtful nature and obvious affection for his grandfather. 

Meanwhile, Noah's parents and Steph did some searches and discovered this was a German brown trout. Browns started arriving  to the US through stocking programs as early as 1893; they came from Europe, North Africa and western Asia. (They're aggressive fish and we've been told biologists would like to see them removed from the rivers, so I guess Noah did his part.)

I posted the picture above on our Trinity River Adventure Inn  Cabins's Facebook site and Scott Dias, a fishing guide and owned of Old Bridge Rafting who knows this river well, was quite impressed. He noted, "Wow; there's not too many browns like that in the river anymore. That's a nice one." What kid wouldn't love to hear that about his catch?

According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife,  "brown trout are known to be wary and targeting larger fish is widely considered a challenging, yet rewarding fishing opportunity."  Ari surely has included this line in his press release (along with Scott's, above) following their Trinity adventure and I know Noah would agree.
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Nous avions des invités à l'oreille de Sow à côté de nous avec qui nous avons vraiment sympathisé. Ils ont admis à se demander si nos histoires pourraient éventuellement être vrai, parce que si elles sont, il est tellement entassés dans nos vies. De Steph avoir pagayé un kayak de mer du Canada au Mexique et Heidi courir un towboat sur le tristement célèbre Bar Columbia River dans l'Oregon; aux baleines; motocyclettes; les efforts de conservation féroces et bien plus encore, il a été une course folle et est toujours. Tout celaest vrai. Check it out.
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