Fairfield Inn And Suites Portland Airport
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... volcanic eruptions, or directly, in the form of hailstorms and torrential rain, to be followed by a magnificent sunshine. While it's true that these are all mere physical phenomena dictated by physics, I believe there's a machinist behind the magic.
Traveling for the past 11 days has also taught me things outside of myself, which I am eager to share with you:
We live in a huge, beautiful country. And I mean "huge." It's easy to underestimate ...
I thought I had posted about my change in plans last week, but my daughter just told me it was not on the blog. I know I wrote my siblings and must have thought I also posted here. Corey has not been progressing from the treatment for her "reactive arthritis" that was diagnosed about 4 weeks ago. Fortunately she and I both have some wonderful relatives and friends ...
... is huge & worth visiting. Next time I would plan a hike.
- Vegas doesn't really require a plan, take it as it comes. But definitely go to a live show & take as much money as you can afford to part with to gamble.
- I'd recommend going to the top of the Stratosphere Tower at night to see the view (if you stay at the Hotel it's free for guests).
Best Restaurant - Mexican tie between Super Sergio's ...
... and put into a trough with water running over them for them to bleed out... If a female is not ready, she is pushed down a tube back to the pond to sit and wait… For each female that moves ahead in the process... a male is tested and milked so to speak to provide a few tablespoons of milt... Which is caught into a Dixie cup... the Dixie cup is placed in a cooler, the male is then routed to the same machine to be euthanized and ...
... adipose fin is still intact- hatchery fish have had theirs clipped before release. To make sure the fish is wild the fish's head is passed in front of a scanner which would detect a metal I.D. tag if hatchery raised. If the scan is negative the fish is put into a tube that will transport it to an awaiting tank truck. The truck will transport the wild salmon past the Bonneville Dam and released.
The euthanized fish have been sold to a buyer or are donated to the ...