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Victoria
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Hey Victoria,

Seeing that you are from Oregon, can you recommend a fishing company who can send me some fresh wild caught salmon? áWF only has farm raised....lately anyway. áOregon has the BEST salmon!


Here's the best of the best, in my opinion.  A fishing family, and great people too:

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Fishing Vessel Pices
Wild Pacific Chinook Salmon

[Eco-friendly, troll caught (hook & line);  Meticulous handling/quality fillet & pack; Retains heallth promoting Omega-3]

541.266-7336
541.821-7117
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They pack the fillets raw with a little sea salt into the lined cans.  The canning heat is what cooks the fish.  No water is added.  So delicate and tender!

They aren't a big mega-corporation, so I don't know what their shipping policy is.  I buy cases of their canned salmon, so maybe they'll ship it.  



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ooo Don, you are marvellous
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I will call them!  Thanks Victoria!


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Good, SlyParrot.  If they ship, and you are fortunate to get some, please let me know what you think.  That stuff has become one of my favorite foods.



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Hey Isa, Great to see you at the Nonnie Clubhouse!!      

Since you became a blogger, I've been missing you because I only speak English.
How are you?  Have you got the key to your new place yet?




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Don,
great work!! )


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Victoria...half of mine...holÓ buen dia and have an on my blogs... now I try to get em both onto the pages... one in dŘtsch...one in enggggglish I learnet by my other half of mine B...santÚ-j
and yess I did miss your communications too and therefore I'll send ya a biiiiig and soon, my dear...
I might change my flat... but must do slowly...because at this time I am working like  to get ready with all my duties.. but dearle... I am soo happy for all such gifts that I do feel as if I could work for 10... and here I know lys my *casus cnackus* not to do the same faults and getting into a step of a workaholic...yup... I know......
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Isa, don t forget your breathing exercises from time to time!! )

all change is difficult but very rewarding!!


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must agree and this helps me for all kind of accouchements ...even mine
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OH!  Isa, I didn't know your blogs were sometimes in English!  I'll visit you over there, and look forward to talking more with you when you have time.

love, hugs and blessings  



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Victoria,

The fish is on it's way to the desert!


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Oh.








Please translate,........?



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Quoted from slyparrot
Victoria,

The fish is on it's way to the desert!



Translation:  SP ordered some of the salmon that you recommended, and it's being shipped to her in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Carol

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Victoria
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Fish!!   Oh, YAY!!!

I can't wait to hear what you think of it!

There's some real worries going on among the fishermer of the northwest right now.  It seems that the government is promoting fish farming on a massive scale and beginning to squeeze out the local fisherfolks.  Also hydroelectric dams are killing the wild salmon as they try to swim upstream to spawn.  It's a concern.



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That irritates the **** out of me!  Leave the fish alone!  What can we do about it?


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What people around here are being asked by the fisherfolks is to contact our congressmen and women and legislators.  These edicts are coming out of Washington, not the Pacific N.W.



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ok I'll go for the tranlation fish begins to stink at their heads first ...even for a dessert
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Hi Isa!  How are things going?  Have you slowed down long enough to tell us how you are?




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A nonnie clubhouse!!!!!!  YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I really think I've got more in common with the nonnies of any type than my own Type B's.  I can especially relate to the gum/teeth issues.  


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Hey Victoria-

Actual answers to a 6th grade history test:
2. Moses led the Hebrew slaves to the Red Sea, where they made unleavened bread, which is bread made without any ingredients. Moses went up on Mount Cyanide to get the ten commandments. He died before he ever reached Canada.
(more later )

was this your test?  



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Laura wrote:  "was this your test?  "
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No Laura,  
A friend gave me a list of 18 really funny sentences that real children had answered on real tests.  I wanted to share them with others on the forum who like to laugh, but I only have room for one at a time on my signature.  I will change them each day or two, so whoever is interested can read them all.



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Quoted from Victoria

Moses led the Hebrew slaves to the Red Sea, where they made unleavened bread, which is bread made without any ingredients.


What a great idea for BTD-compliant bread!!!


Carol

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Victoria,

Wow!  That fish is great!  Expensive, but great!


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