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... with a soccer ball as we pulled up, and before I could even say hi to Josh the boys were off playing. And they didn't stop - soccer, frisbee, football, nerf bow and arrow, iPod... the list goes on and on. And of course Iris had fun in the park that borders their back yard. Our drive home took us through downtown again, and the sunset was beautiful. It was a relaxing evening and a great way to wrap up our stay in Portland.
On May 28, 2014, fifteen friends from Austin departed to experience the Portland, Oregon area which included the city, the Colombia River Gorge, Willamette Valley, and the Pacific Coast. We had common interests of food, fun, and photography.
The Willamette Valley.
The Willamette Valley is home to nearly three hundred wineries, many of them famous as producers of America's best Pinot Noirs. ...
Today was my day off. I relaxed in the morning, by doing some reading in both my EMT book and on my computer in the kindle app. For lunch, I made another ham wrap, which as it did yesterday, turned out great. I was going to do laundry, but the machines were in use…guess I will just do them tomorrow around lunch. After lunch, I skyped with Zach which was great, because we talked a little ...
... the eggs & milt (semen)…. They are held because the fish are not ready (ripe)… the females eggs are not mature and need some more time in the female… as they mature the egg sack in the fish will extend deep into the belly of the fish… the fish are now confined into ponds and will stay there until their eggs mature and they are ready to spawn… the conditions of the pond are such that the females will hold ...
... and we pull over a couple of times to get photos.
We are heading to a picnic ground at Trillium Lake. It is supposed to be a federal national park, and the thought suddenly strikes us – what if it is closed during the federal government shutdown? We keep going and play it by ear – and fortunately the gates to the park are open. We note that we normally would have to pay to go into the park, but ...