Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport
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... my family- Hannah, Blaise, Antoinette, Isis, my aunt Beth, and my grandfather, and my incredible girlfriend Vanessa to thank for their love and encouragement. I love all of you; this trip would not have been doable without you all backing me up. To all my friends who have kept up with this blog and who've sent me personal messages, thank you from the bottom of my heart. I'm simply overwhelmed by all of your encouragement and the constant following of my blog entries. ...
... everyone did report in and we decided to extend this shoot another hour. Why? Because this 5 ½ acres is a haven of tranquility and stunning beauty! It is a plethora of lush greenery, waterfalls, ponds, shallow streams, ferns, mosses, pagodas, bridges, poetry stones, sand art and a majestic view of Portland, Mt. Hood and a herd of cats!
Side Note: I still couldn't bring myself to haul around ...
... br> - Pack for summer & winter & everything in between. It is like 4 seasons in one day.
- Put some money aside for street performers, a lot are really talented.
- Ask locals for tips & recommendations.
- Try to visit things that other tourists don't.
- Go to at least 1 comedy show, sporting event & live music gig.
- Visit museums & galleries.
- Eat & drink like an American.
- Walk everywhere to combat increased eating & ...
... the process…
The female is picked up once she has bled out, sliced open and between 3500 and 5000 eggs are harvested into a cardboard bucket like a KFC chicken bucket… She is then given to a biologist who harvest’s a sample of her liver, gall bladder and kidney… the eggs are tracked back to the samples taken… if the samples are found to be diseased the eggs will later be pulled and destroyed…
... They are sorted by a scanner/sorter machine. The fish enter a scanner and if a tag is detected that fish is separated from the rest. The tag contains information as to where the salmon was raised and when it was released. The tag is removed and the fish is placed with the others.
The fish go down a chute and into another elevator where they are deposited on to a sorting table. Two people then place the fish into "totes", large plastic bins. The totes are filled ...