Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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Finally in Portland. Forgot to mention I stopped for gas yesterday. And today. Both at ARCOs. Gas is expensive. Dropped almost $100. Not much else to say. Portland is gorgeous. Just gonna leave you with a quote for the rest of my time before I hit ...
... River from Downtown at the grandly named “Portland’s White House”, built as a summer home in 1911 by Robert Lytle, a wealthy lumber baron.
We spend a day exploring Portland and one of its neihbourhoods in particular, the Pearl District. Once an industrial and warehouse area, the Pearl District has been revitalized with many of its old buildings turned into loft apartments, trendy boutiques and some great bars and restaurants. Based on a ...
... most unusual (for me) decision to buy none of them and came home empty handed, much to the disappointment of my roommates. I decided to skip the fireworks that night as a) I had a headache and b) I'm not convinced American independence is necessarily something that ought to be celebrated. I just read Mansfield Park and ate my (disappointing - does the President not know what chocolate should be like?) chocolates from Fran's of Seattle ...
... the old varsity girls coach from HB…small world right? The tryouts were great and was very happy to be running and playing again. The captain seemed to like what I showed and was pretty bummed out to hear that I actually can't play for them, because I will be back east for when their season is. Luckily, I was able to catch a ride with Christy back to Gresham, so I didn’t have to ride on a bus for half hour and ...
... until just before the time that the growing fish start to develop a "nose" for the water. They are then transported to the hatchery that had asked for help rearing their fish. The young salmon get their "nose" there and are released with the hope that more abundant numbers will return in three to five years.
The fertilized eggs (buckets) were then placed on a pallet in their matrix order and transported to the Oxbow Fish Hatchery approx 5 miles down ...