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- Microwave in room
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... of beer. The bottler was down for maintenance but we have seen one in operation before. At the end of the tour she gave each of us a pint glass to take home. The tour only lasted about 30 minutes, less I think because it was not processing. We went into the tap room and Derek and Larry got flights. They got a one flight of six 5 oz. samples of Classic Beers and Derek got a Seasonal Flight. They shared all 12 of the ...
... the money out of the river as the metals leach into the water and contaminate the fish etc. We skipped Oneonta Falls as it was a mile hike one way. But we did stop at the Oneonta Tunnel where the original road went. Our last stop was Horsetail Falls, right along the road. Shortly after we got back on the road we rejoined 84 and headed to Thunder Island Brewery in Cascade Locks. We found it easily. It was a nondescript ...
The drive from Portland to Hood River, took us about 2 hours. It was a scenic one too as we left the hustle and bustle of Portland behind us and started getting into the country again. We stopped off at the Portlands Woman's Forum (about an hour outside of Portland) which was a recommendation and proved to be very worth our while as we were met with some spectacular views.
... little puddle jumper flights across Peru, instead of crossing the country by riding donkeys. Technically, a donkey can also be referred to as an ass. This is where the phrase "Get your ass off my plane" comes from. Pilots are, understandably, worried about the danger that a donkey can bring to an otherwise ordinary flight.
I don't really know how to end this blog post, but writing it got me through the day, and that's what counts.
... is responsible for BOTH of Ecuador's Olympic medals. That's pretty cool. One guy, two medals, an ENTIRE country.
Oh and also, I learned another new word that I wanted to share. Remember "sinecure"? Yesterday I learned the word "succubus". A succubus is a voloptuous woman/demon with wings and horns and a tail, who has sex with men while they are sleeping. I guess monks are particularily tortured by the succubi, maybe because if ...