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... draw it a bath! I talk to it as it births in its bowl and I know things are going well when I smell its special, growing smell. If it seems a little puny, I sprinkle in sugar, or a squirt of honey, and then I watch as it expands and bubbles happily and all my maternal hormones pop and surge like uncorked champagne.
Yeast is also cheap, and if a batch is ever underperforming, I can throw it out and start ...
... on the fish…. Closed up the lids, did a walk around (safety check) climbed into the cab and were off… I was surprised that the truck handled about the same loaded or empty… at least from the passenger seat… Alex my drive is a nice young man….. on the 2 hour trek to get the fish he answered all my questions with enough information to supply my needs and than with enough information to urge me on to the next ...
We woke up to the same gorgeous weather in Oregon as we had been for the last three days. Sadly, it was our last day here. I'd been forgetting to take a photo of the amazing view we got from the dining room every morning, so today I finally snapped some pictures. I will miss this view. Most definitely.
After a leisurely breakfast and packing, we found ourselves with a few hours to kill before our late ...
... The sunlight fell at an angle that created a small rainbow at the base, and one could spend hours marveling and taking photos of all the mini-waterfalls over each cliff. This waterfall made Multhomah look like tap water running off your kitchen sink faucet.
We spent a good hour here having lunch and taking photos before heading back the other side of the looped trail - the portion that follows the Ramona creek itself for about a mile until ...
... 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 ...