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... in on the action. I spotted an interesting seafood joint a little outside the main area of attraction. The special, it turned out, was fresh salmon burgers caught only a few hours prior. Smothered with homemade tarter sauce atop a greasy bun, it was by far the tastiest snack I have eaten this far on this trip. Back at the campsite Kevin was enjoying, a little too much I think, lazily hanging in his hammock. We spent the rest of the day blissfully doing absolutely ...
So sometime back in February, I got a call from the woman who gives us our contracts. She asked if I could extend the dates I had given her for my spring break availability, and if I could do her a favor....
The favor was transshipping three different times to three different ships over 5 weeks.
I said yes as long as it was guaranteed that I would be home for Easter. I return the night before Easter while also giving her an additional ...
Checked my email last night and was brought to tears within seconds. I probably re-read that email 8 more times just to make sure I had read the offer correctly. I immediately accepted after running up to Mike in the living room, doing my happy dance (yes, there's a dance) and shrieking "I GOT THE AUSTRALIA CONTRACT!!!!"
The past few contracts I've done, most of the permanent staff let me know that getting the ...
... Lynnie” was happy.
For dinner we had a barbecued pork loin done with a rub. We also had a lamb roast ala barbecue and both garlic mashed potatoes and baked potatoes. Lynnie made her, to me, delicious cucumbers in sour cream with wine vinegar. It was a great meal.
This morning we drove into Warrenton, OR to the Costco and later to the Wet Dog Cafe in Astoria for lunch. The clam chowder was excellent! I ...
... hates heights. I bailed even sooner because I found it very claustrophobic. Peter went to the top and we took pictures of him up there. We still got good 360 degree views from the parking lot.
Next stop was the Columbia River Maritime Museum, which was really amazing and well worth a visit. First stop in the museum was back outside to the wharf to see the "Columbia" which was originally a floating lighthouse. Men would work 6 weeks on, ...