There are no tags. You can tag an email by adding it to the subject with
or anywhere in the body with
Join the list
Don't have a Murmur account yet?
Portland waterfront From Fur to Farming Once their yield of wheat became greater than that needed by the settlers themselves Lucier and his fellows incorporated the labor of natives to haul the grain from their storehouse in Champoeg down to canoes on the Willamette. From there it was taken to Oregon City where it was portaged around Willamette Falls and loaded onto barges for Fort Vancouver. From Fort Vancouver it became cargo bound for California, or the Sandwich Islands. The annoying existence of a sand bar, just below Oregon City, caused by the rushing waters of the Clackamas river, is what kept that early metropolis from rising in prominence as a mighty inland seaport. Only during the spring freshet of May or early June was the river ever high enough to allow ocean-going vessels to pass up river to the wharf below the falls. This caused Oregon City, the first incorporated city west of the Mississippi, and the one-time capital of the Oregon territory, to take a second row seat to the upstart Portland. Read more: Portland waterfront
red caviarred caviar
Red caviar Some varieties of red caviar are distinguished not only by their delicate delicious taste and pleasant smell, but also by impressive prices. Which of them are recognized as the most expensive, and how to distinguish them from fakes of unscrupulous merchants, read on. Content. Sim's caviar. Chinook caviar. Chum salmon caviar. Coho salmon caviar. Trout caviar. Sockeye caviar. Pink salmon caviar. Sim's caviar. Red caviar is the caviar of salmon fish: pink salmon, trout, sockeye salmon, chum salmon, chinook salmon, coho salmon. It is rich in vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to humans. Since ancient times, red caviar was considered a delicacy and only wealthy people could afford it. In Russia, red caviar adorned the tables of tsars and nobles. Some wealthy people fed red caviar to bears or sled dogs for fun. Red caviar is caviar of fish: pink salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, red salmon, salmon, trout, taimen, brown trout and others. It is a very valuable product that has high taste, useful properties and high cost, which automatically makes it a delicacy. The eggs are retrieved within four hours after the fish is caught. Each batch is carefully checked and it is very important that the concentration of the canning solution is strictly defined.
russian alphabetrussian alphabet
The Russian alphabet (both the modern version and the previous ones) is composed according to the phonetic principle - this means that each letter corresponds to one or another sound of the given language. In general, almost all existing writing systems adhere to this rule to a greater or lesser extent, except, for example, Chinese, which does not use the alphabet. An exception is also the unwritten languages of the various small indigenous peoples who inhabit our planet. Writing systems for many other Slavic and non-Slavic languages were created on the basis of the Russian alphabet. In Russia, almost all national languages of the subjects of the Russian Federation (except for Ves and Karelian) have a Cyrillic script. Also, based on the Russian alphabet, alphabets are officially used in many countries of the former USSR, as well as in Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Mongolia. In a number of countries (Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Moldavia) in the early 90s, a transition to the Latin alphabet was made.
Beluga CaviarBeluga Caviar
Caviar is a natural product, it is rich in lecithin and vitamins A, B and D, as well as many other valuable minerals. You do not need to be an expert on medicinal properties to appreciate its taste. Gourmets can distinguish between five shades, namely Sevruga, Osietra, Imperial, Imperial Gold and Beluga Caviar. Black Caviar Sevruga (Acipenser stellatus) is the smallest and most common sturgeon. Gets 1.5 meters tall, weighs 15-40 kg and starts producing rum at 7 years of age. The rum is small and salty. Beluga (Huso Huso) is perhaps the most famous of the sturgeon fishermen. Can be up to 5 meters long and normally weighs between 100-250kg, can weigh up to 1000kg. Adds around 30 kilos of rum. starts laying rum around the age of 25. Can be up to 120 years old. Light gray to dark gray in color. Buttery and creamy in taste. Usually no more than 100 copies are caught per year.
No more posts to show