Overnight, the bridge team of National Geographic Sea Bird navigated from Astoria to Hood River along the Columbia River. We spent our morning enjoying walks in Multnomah Falls and Beacon Rock, two magnificent natural landmarks in the area. We also had the opportunity to visit a fish hatchery featuring the famous sturgeon named Herman who is 89 years old! Our guests enjoyed a farm to table lunch paired with local wines in The Dalles at Sunshine Mill. We then headed out to Draper Girls Farm where we tasted local apples and pears and heard from area farmers. Following our farm experience, we changed gears and headed to the Western Automobile and Airplane Museum, or WAAAM. After a full day of activities and learning, we gathered for cocktail hour and dinner back on board our beautiful ship and were treated to an after-dinner presentation by historian Doug Crispin on the historic Columbia River Highway. What a fantastic and unforgettable day!