Fall is here, and for the people of Washington, that means salmon migration. In the fall salmon start swimming up the river to lay their eggs. Salmon have to jump to some of the higher places in the river. These days, many salmon have passed our school through the Green River. There are some cities in Washington that are organizing special Salmon days events.
Last weekend, I went to one of the big salmon days in Issaquah, a small city north of Auburn. This yearly event is visited by many people all over Washington. Besides watching the salmon trying to jump over some kind of dam, there are many more things to do. There is a lot of food and other great goodies that are sold. One of the awesome things I saw is a boot where they sold ancient bats that were labeled as a wedding gift, baby shower gift etc.
Even for a non-salmon lover like me, this event is awesome and definitely worth visiting.