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... them to the stainless steel sink at which time one dons a rubberized apron, face shield and gloves. Then then flip the switch that turns on the- Dah, Dah, Dah, DAHHHH- BAND SAW! Cut all but five or six fish in half, then each half into 2"x2" chunks. Save 5 or 6 fish to be eaten whole. Fill up a half a bucket with pieces, the other bucket with the whole fish and the other half of the fish chunks. Let thaw overnight.
OK, you ask if you are going to feed the ...
... complete before Sam was really ready to leave…he was working. For the first time all trip, I drove us to the Columbia River Gorge, which was only an hour away, so that Sam could complete his conference calls.
We arrived and were able to check in early to the Best Western (a pretty nice one), with a room overlooking the magnificent and very wide Columbia River, which looked more like a large lake with white caps than a river. We learned ...
... I am finally doing this thing that I've been talking about forever. I have registered and I even bought my flight so I am locked in. So stoked!!! This is just brilliant!
Stage 3: The Preparation. It's so fun to think about. What do I need to bring? What is it going to be like? Study, study, study. Vaccines. Check. Traveler's diarrhea medication prescription in ...
I read today that while so many people are being affected by Tropical Storm Sandy and are battling floodwaters and other damages, some cruise lines are calling up their loyal fanbases offering special deals, as some itineraries have been recently adjusted (come back to port early, hey the ship's just sitting around for an extra day, so why not make a quickie cruise and bring in a few bucks vs. just sitting in port).
Our Greyhound from Olympia to Portland was delayed by an hour in traffic out of Tacoma. Got on the blower to Justus when we got into Portland and we were able to navigate to his place out on 45th and Hawthorne. Immediately, we had a good impression of Portland. The bus driver paid for our day ticket and a chap called Roo harped on about how Hawthorn is the real Portland. He was pretty keen for a beer with us in Mulligans : ). Justus was our first friend in Wellington. We met him at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking