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... mouth of the Columbia Gorge. Of course, the ever present Columbia River bisects the states of Washington to the north and Oregon.
Displayed on the upper level are the Sorrows of Joseph, the Sorrows of Mary, The Five Mysteries of the Rosary and much much more. A monastery is also located on the beautiful grounds. We have had a wonderful visit but now we have to take care of the rumbling in our stomachs.
What better way to fill our bellies than to eat at a ...
... and ice. Once filled, the bins are transported by fork lift to an awaiting refrigerator truck. The truck will take them to a destination designated by the buyer. The buyer, in this case, is located in Bellingham, Washington.
The "lucky" fish, the ones chosen for spawning are injected with an antibiotic and sent down one of several chutes depending on species and sex. The chutes lead to the man holding ponds where the fish will be held until artificially spawned ...
... few years...still the Oregon Coast holds the most mystique.
The afternoon was spent rediscovering Nye Beach, a tiny neighborhood of shops, cafes and pubs. Our purpose: lunch at the Chowder Bowl and beers at Nana's Irish Pub. These two stops represent a beloved tradition for Oregonians: travelling from afar for a good bowl of chowder and then washing it down with fine microbrews. Who am I to break with tradition?
... us for the morning and made our first stop at the Museum of Flight, just outside of Seattle. Thanks to Kristy from EMP for organising our free entry following the loss of our City Passes, that was a huge bonus. While it was a cool museum, planes are not really my thing and most of the displays kind of went over my head. Liam enjoyed it though so it was worth the visit. We stopped at Denny's for some lunch and then continued the drive down to Portland, the hipster capital. Again, it ...
Goodbyes to the Australian Hansons... on to their next stop: Disney Land! So wonderful to see family that I haven't seen in years and years.... and meet family I've never met!
Playtime while babysitting with the darling lil' cousins: games, play-doh, bikes... I admit, I even rode a little girls bike around before I decided I was just a little too big... ;) Lunchtime!
Aunt Les and I took the ...