Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast
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... to meet Suzie and go to Kyle’s 3rd birthday party. His cousin Carter is sharing the party this year so had to do a bit more shopping! Becky and I had breakfast, talked some more and I packed stuff out to the car, again! Only drove about a mile to Minda’s house where Suzie and I were to meet. Minda was still there so said hello and they left for the party and just then Suzie arrived so we were off to Lyons. A good crowd of people. ...
... t eating at Red Hill Market! I had visions of the line at Franklin’s Barbeque in Austin which would mean at least a two hour + wait! We got lucky and only half those people stopped at this delicious restaurant. We were probably only in line for about 20 minutes which took us about that long to read the entire menu as it is extensive. None of us were disappointed with our food choices – ...
... from the 1800s were kidnapped and impressed to work on ships turned out to be a hokey ghost tour in a series of underground connected basements. Worst $20 spent on a "history" lesson ever.
In other news, I met up with an old friend for dinner and drinks one night of the week and managed to escape Portland only $275 lighter (lodging included).
Total trip cost after two cities: $375.
After getting off the plane we slowly walked to DFW's train system that links all the different buildings. We were in A & needed to get to D. We had a little under 4 hrs to use before our plane left so we were ok for time. The train was not busy & quick. We didn't need to walk far to get to our gate. We stopped off at a cafe so we could eat something for dinner. 3 out of the 4 of us was hungry so it was a good idea. Apparently Jon ...
... Portland. Jim had the Chatfield with chicken, apple butter, cheddar cheese and bacon, with a side of collard greens and NC Cheerwine to drink. Barbara had the Wedgie—chicken, fried green tomato, lettuce, covered with blue cheese dressing with a side of stewed apples and tea. We finished the day at Voodoo doughnuts which had a 30 minute wait at 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon. We had ...