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... Then we walked a couple of blocks to Full Sail Brewery and waited for the 4:00 tour. A young lady took us into the brewery which was down for maintenance. She showed us the ingredients for making beer and let us smell the malt and the hops. She explained all of the equipment especially the equipment that helps them save millions of gallons of water a year in the beer making process. She said in a regular brewery it ...
... we could see the Pillars of Hercules which are basalt bluffs along the road. We spent the afternoon leap frogging with a bicycle group of mostly teen kids who were riding to all the waterfalls along Rt. 30.
Our next stop was Bridal Veil Falls State Park and we had to walk down 1/3 of a mile to the falls which were lovely. Then we had to walk the 1/3 of a mile back up. When we got to the top we decided to hike the ...
... were so big they closed the highway each time the cook wanted to flip one.
A few miles later, we reach the mountains, and the desert suddenly makes way for trees. We’re running around the base of Mount Hood, and the trees are thicker than the hairs on a cat’s back, except for a few cleared strips that become ski runs in the season. We try to take some pics of these amazing forests but, ...
... s zoo. Apparently even though Colombia is in South America, it has an ideal climate for hippo raising. Escobar's hippos' fertility rates are through the roof!
More: 71% of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Sharks live in water. Sharks kill 12 people per year. Fortunately, PEOPLE kill 11, 417 sharks per HOUR--odds are, we'll get them before they get us.
You are 5 times more likely to be killed by ...
... the normal life cycle of a salmon is from 4 to 6 years with the average at 5 years... The males that come back early, and are too immature to actually spawn... Here at the hatchery, we harvest the Jacks and freeze them... when we get time we run them through a band saw... and cut them into bite size pieces for the sturgeon's. We feed the large (Herman) sturgeon Jacks that haven't been cut up... but the smaller sturgeon and large ...
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