Augusta House Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... was clad in filthy clothes. He stank of beer, dribbled when he spoke, and squinted at us through one swollen eye: half of his face was entirely swollen, the kind of swelling that only a beating can create. He asked almost everyone at the park if they wanted to buy his bike. Seb and I politely
declined his offer, while most people just ignored him. The lead singer of the group, who had just finished his performance, told him he would love to buy it but ...
... The staff there were very friendly and took us through their range of pinot gris, reisling, gerwurtztraminer and pinot noir .Some nicely made wines. We bought a couple of bottles of the gerwurtz...The staff were very friendly and helpful. We then followed that up by visiting Bradley's, another local winery. This was in a pretty setting and a lovely old tasting room. Our hostess there was excellent, spending much time in chatting while taking us through her range. Pinot noirs are the ...
... to east Oregon.
Sweet Home, pop. 8925 souls, is a result of the merger of two towns in 1874, Buckhead, named after a saloon that displayed a set of elk antlers, and Mossville that developed with a store and a post office. The Santiam Wagon Toll Road was opened in 1865. The road extended from Sweet Home Valley across Santiam Pass in the Cascades and on to Camp Polk near Sisters to the east. It was a vital means of supplying livestock and goods ...
... blue. The mountain itself seem to shine as if back lit; an awesome sight. I guess with the weather changes, shadows and clouds and possibly with a little pharmaceutical help, spirits could be conjectured up. Enough of Shasta, let's go to Eugene. I am driving as we leave today. We will only be in the car for 4 hours, but will be driving in mountains. The weather reports tell us to expect rain so ...
... about 20 miles south of Eugene.
Their number one tourist attraction are the 17 nationally historic covered bridges in the area. The scenic route encircles Dorena Lake - very nice!
There is no point in re-iterating our experiences at the border. I don't understand how the border guards can be so darn unfriendly - you would think that they would welcome snowbirds with open arms. Just ask ...