SpringHill Suites Portland Airport
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... starting at 3:30 in the afternoon. I can't imagine having to drive there on a regular basis!
Yesterday we drove out to the mouth of the Columbia River, the culmination of Lewis and Clark's journey. There feat is unimaginable to us. We learned that within a couple of miles of the mouth of the river (they knew they were at the end of their journey), there was a horrible storm that kept them pinned to the shore for 6 days. This was ...
... marked take 2 items, take 10 items, etc. A stop at the post office and back home. Later to Hoppers for dinner, where we go every year. Then the dollar store and Walmart for a few things and home again. Some TV and watched ‘The Postman’.
May 15th-Thursday, and a good night sleep! We went out to breakfast around 11 and back to his place. He had acquired a large dresser so we had to reorganize, and ...
... A few times during the movie freaked me out. After all, it was a 3D movie. They made sure to make it look like the dinosaur had seen you and might be coming after you. The last scene had a dinosaur scratching the screen. Scared me silly! It was quite an interesting movie. The restaurant was called Brasserie Monmarte. Yum! I had a perfectly done steak, and Greg had a perfectly done lamb. One of my best meals ever, along with food we had at the ...
... water.. and hardens the egg can’t be fertilized.. lets say a female has 4000 eggs, in the wild only about 80 will make it… in the hatchery where they are fertilized then washed and then have water added…. 3800 will survive….
Now its off to the Hatchery…. The eggs are moved in the buckets to the Hatchery.. the bucket of eggs is poured into a tray with a fine wire bottom… the label on the bucket ...
... and into the hatchery where they have run into a dead end. The holding ponds are as far as they go. The fish guys are on their three day weekend and the harvesting of the fish will wait until Tuesday morning. At that time the fish will be separated by sex and species. The extra fish will be sold to buyers or donated to the food bank. 75,000 pounds of fish are sold or donated every year.
Unlike the other two trout ponds the new one does ...