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... the sturgeon why not just leave some out of the freezer, cut them into chunks and feed the fresh fish to the bottom dwelling sturgeon. Good question. The apron face, shield and gloves are one's defense from flying fish parts as they are run through the blade. Its messy at best running those frozen fish through the band saw blade. Imagine what you, the walls and the floor would look like if cutting fresh fish! Yuck!
Anyhow, the next day the sturgeon food has ...
... Columbia River produces more electric power than any other river in the US. The surroundings of Cascade Locks, the small hamlet we stayed at in the broader area of the Gorge. We changed quickly for a hike, and set off. We followed Dry Creek Trail all the way to the impressive waterfall, where we ran into only one other couple. After trading photo-taking turns, they left and we hung around the falls for a little while. The kids threw rocks in the ...
... see how that goes.
We have been following the approximate route the Lewis and Clark expedition took and have been enjoying all the historical markers and information about that amazing adventure. Also, the discovery and naming of places by late 18th century maritime explorers has been fascinating.
"On July 6, 1788, English fur trader John Meares names the northern side of the entrance to the Columbia River, ...
... Passport found. Check. Woo hoo!!!
Stage 4: The Reality Starts to Set In. It's a week before I leave and I know 20 words of Spanish, I have far more stuff to bring than will actually fit in my bag, I have no idea what the current currency exchange rate is much less how to convert it, and I haven't slept a full night for 3 straight days. Lordy, I hope that I don't ...
... there are hardy folk who would love to cruise out right after the storm and would welcome the deal, it just strikes me odd that anyone would be in a position to be thinking of a getaway at this kind of time. If you aren't in the storm area, one would think it would be hard to get to and if one is in the area already, wouldn't you have other things to do.
It reminds me of working in a travel agency on 9/11, and for the ...
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