TRINITY RIVER ADVENTURE INN舱
与邓斯缪尔的奇石FISH&SKI HAUS
FISH〜KAYAK〜RAFT〜SUP〜HIKE〜GROOVE〜EXPLORE
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    这是黑板上的邓斯缪尔方式T公园和总是让我们微笑

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    我们的猪耳朵客人Mindi和她的女朋友庆祝了她在第40届猪耳朵1/16

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    阿尔卑斯山辉光在夜间更是神奇

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    2016年2月捕获菲尔菲舍尔

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    阿尔卑斯山夜光大,盛大和右边的河流!

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    该马车房子有一个木制火炉和大江门廊

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    你的主机海蒂和斯蒂芬滑雪沙斯塔。最后!

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    猪耳朵有一点江景和大量河水的声音了深刻的前廊

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    在在鸟巢的饲养鸟的乐趣从门廊或者客厅观看

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    阿尔卑斯山焕发的生活区设有一张大号卧铺和2躺椅皮革面

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    从阿尔卑斯山辉光和运输府河的观点是和平和美丽。这是几个可爱的婚礼景点之一

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    猪耳朵是我们的客舱,具有使用我们的热水池和露台,既在河右

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    质朴的Carriage House酒店拥有美丽的皮革和挂毯装饰和一个烤面包温暖的柴炉

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    从Carriage House酒店的河边走廊具有第2集餐饮和夏季雾系统的视图

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    海蒂和斯蒂芬庆祝冬天的站立桨板

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    矿工的小屋是从河流和非常私人的单纯的脚。等到你看到的河石着陆火坑!

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    禽舍客厅是充满光明和植物。这是放松,放松,让世界通过走一个完美的地方

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    矿工的紧凑和独特的有限但足够的烹饪设施,包括一个克里格咖啡机

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    我们Dunsmuir的地方是一个完美的山。沙斯塔驻地,以及在I-5通过overnighters

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    该邓斯缪尔豪斯设有私人宜人的庭院关闭厨房。每个车厢的页面上其它更多PIX

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“一切都是美好的,所以舒适和开始觉得像家一样。享受华丽的意见和声音,勾勒,接着自发的上涨。小狗天堂,希望能很快回来!” 维多利亚和伊万/旧金山16年3月29日

我们在静默期间与去年的价格最低!
我们一起轻松住宿在 上三位一体迷人的小屋 ,你可以钓鱼,阅读和观察自然。
或者来我们 高山鱼和滑雪豪斯由山沙斯塔。该地区以其精美的精神务虚会和矿物温泉。更简单的前景如何?梦幻般的徒步旅行和登山无处不在。

我们独特的三位一体河小木屋是来自Weaverville的15分钟超过3个不同的地点展开。 他们的个别环节都在上面的标题栏。 它们的范围从一个真正的矿工的小屋已经被精心修复和增强,距离只有几英尺河一路上涨阿尔卑斯发光,我们惊人的框架,看起来出来大片草坪,河流,山脉和天空。

高山鱼和滑雪豪斯邓斯缪尔从北部和南部的理想会合点。它具有3+间卧室,2个浴室,完整的洗衣,带火坑和更多的私人庭院。从山只需20分钟。请参阅我们的 邓斯缪尔 页。
你要爱我们的住宿和他们的地区为您提供什么!

我们已经降低了价格。周日至周四而且还可以提供折扣开3个或更多晚住宿。呼吁长期住宿特价商品CLOSE抵达日期,以及伟大的每周率。
By 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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