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... us without horticultural expertise, it was a bit dwarfing - we wandered around, enjoyed the sight of it all and headed into town proper.
We strolled through Pioneer square on our way to a quick lunch stop, then headed on through Portland to another garden - the Chinese garden. (Obviously we got absolutely soaked again on the way, but we were getting used to that!) The Chinese garden is even smaller than the Japanese garden, and rather than being in a large park it is ...
... but it's an area along the Columbia River, east of Portland. There's a scenic drive with lots of trails and almost 30 waterfalls. We had limited time with Iris, so we went to Multnomah Falls and it was amazing. It's the second tallest year-round waterfall in the US at over 600 feet, and it's just steps off the road. We took the scenic drive, but even the interstate has a parking area where you can walk to the falls ...
After a very early start to the day, I took the opportunity to get all my electronics installed on the bike prior to heading off the explore Portland. Having already done quite a bit of googling to plan the day out and identify what shops i needed to visit to get the last items for the trip, the time taken to pre-programme all the shop addresses into the GPS paved dividends all day. Where would any self respecting male visit ...
We are at the airport in Portland, and our flight is booked full. Justin and I will be sitting together. My suitcase has been checked to London, along with two others in our group, our purses did count as a piece of luggage. We did not take off until almost 4:00pm We arrived in St. Paul it is 9:00pm No internet service yet Got in about 1:00am to the hotel, we have had breakfast this ...
... until just before the time that the growing fish start to develop a "nose" for the water. They are then transported to the hatchery that had asked for help rearing their fish. The young salmon get their "nose" there and are released with the hope that more abundant numbers will return in three to five years.
The fertilized eggs (buckets) were then placed on a pallet in their matrix order and transported to the Oxbow Fish Hatchery approx 5 miles down ...
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