C'est La Vie Inn
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... flighted to the hospital. I was able to spend time with her and my sister before we returned home. Two months later I flew down and arrived in time to see her while she was lucid enough to tell me she loved me. My sister and I were by her side when she passed the next day. My sister agreed to give our youngest son Mom's car, so instead of flying home, I drove Mom's car. The three hundred and sixty-four dollar stop for transmission and tire service helped with ...
... modern tasting room and complex and they charged $20 each. Again we were able to sit out on a beautiful balcony overlooking a scenic landscape of vines and rolling hills. Our host here brought out 6 wines in a specially built stand and rattled through the whole lot. Impossible to take in all at once. This had a Pinot Gris, a Pinot Blanc, a Rose and three Pinot Noirs. The prices here were much higher but we agreed that the taste was not as good, even in their top wine which was $85 ...
... and the Reisling which did not have the acid of Australian ones. We also had a viognier which actually came from Victoria as did the Merlot.
After a pleasant hour there we came back to Peter's and while he made us a delicious salmon salad for dinner we sat out on his balcony in the gathering twilight, enjoying the view and the conversation. After a great dinner and cheese washed down by a few Oregon reds, it was off to much needed sleep. A great start to our trip.
tourist and panhandlers and cyclist and together they make this town
of inclines and constant chill more beguiling.
Inspired by this beautiful surrounding minus the spilling fog, I suggested we
walk at the Wharf. I would like to stroll the grounds,
and see the sea gulls and seals.
The sounds of horns interrupts me. It yanks me back to the reality
of being here, the art of ...
... NOT SO FAST, COWBOY!
We wait until 1145 hours to saddle up. The people in site #5 know that we will occupy their site when they leave but they are in no hurry to pack up. They are going to get their full money's worth, and will not leave before the check out time of 1200 hrs. We pull up behind them, parking directly behind their site....... and stare. They know that we will pull in right when they leave now.
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