Its me again.
I think there are two museums in Newport. One is commercial and the other is an offshoot of the Marine Science Program at Oregon State University. I know that when you take the road of 101 you to to the right for the Marine Science Museum and you go to the left for the other one. I have never gone to the Maritime Museum. I have visited the University's Museum numerous times. I like that place. I love to watch the children pet a fish or some of the other creatures they find in the pool.
I did go to sleep for a while. Then my sil returned a call and I got up. I was asking him what my grandson would like for graduation. He gave me an answer now I have to get more information. Yikes! At least the gift is in my price range. Now I have to figure out what to give my granddaughter who is also graduating.
Louise, It does rain a lot during the months from late October through mid June. We have had a fairly dry spring this year. There have been many sunny days which is really unusual for May. It has made putting in plantings much easier. I noticed yesterday that my comfrey is in need of a major haircut. I don't want it spreading seeds all over.
The only seafood I can't eat are oysters, clams and mussels. I can and do eat all the rest. There is one fish that I don't particularly care for, but that fish is an Atlantic fish and my fish comes either from the rivers and lakes in WA and OR. or from the Pacific Ocean. Salmon, crab and shrimp are my favorites, I love Kokanee which is landlocked salmon. I need access to a boat and the high lakes to get Kokanee.
My little Gidget is asleep on my arms again. She was not happy when I got up from my nap. She was still wanting to sleep. She went to the groomer yesterday and is still very silky to the touch. She will stay that way until just before she goes there again.
I need to check my Blood Glucose again so I'll leave here for the moment.
| current weight: 248.0