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... that YOU would want to do." He also said that when we went to Guatemala, I only packed one (acceptable) pair of shorts for each boy, which apparently was one of the major disappointments of his childhood. Make a note, it's hard to be the protagonist of your own quest, if your mom doesn't pack the right clothes for you to wear.
Speaking of roles, and plots and stories and quests, there is an ancient Greek plot device called ...
... We later realized that not only did we have a sweet river view, we also had a front row seat to the freight trains passing through each hour. It was a great site despite the train, but we were glad we’d gone for this one without a reservation and only planned to stay two nights. The noise of the trains was pretty skreetching and close!
Erik’s ankle hadn’t fully recovered, so ...
... similar issues with breakfast, because it comes so early in the morning.) Another problem is that I was a waitress for a long time, and when I serve people food, I expect to be tipped afterwards. This doesn't happen at home. Worst of all, family dinners feel contrived. Confining. Forced. Here we are, listening to each other chew. I hate hearing people chew; it makes me want to kick someone. But that would be ...
ODFW has a group of these machines in trailers that are moved from hatchery to hatchery… we're told that all hatchery fish in OR, WA, ID, Canada and Alaska under a pact always clip this fin before release….
On a good day, they can clip close to 200,000 fish… they tell me they loose somewhere between 15 – 30 per day to a #11… a #11 is the size of the boot worn by the guys in the pond moving the fish ...
... letting us know exactly how powerful the falling water can be. What a great start to the day!
Next up was Horestail falls, a couple of miles West from where we were. The lower Horestail Falls were plainly visible from the road. Our innkeeper had told us that we can walk behind the upper portion of this waterfall, so we climbed a short but steep trail to the Upper Horsetail Falls, also sometimes called Ponytail Falls. The trail passed a cavernous area ...