Clackamas River House
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... a dress for our Downton Abbey dinner. And I did find a wonderful dress, something Cora would wear!
From Sonoma it was on to Oregon to visit kids. We didn’t arrive until Monday afternoon and grandkids were jumping up and down. It is fun to have someone so excited to see us. Unfortunately, that won’t last.
But it was fun to visit, even though it was very short, with Clayton and Jen, drink a little wine and eat a nice ...
... of the main highway and nearly 5pm. The road to the winery is narrow, steep and it was so hot. They have 1-cent shipping to wine club members so we made the decision to have it shipped home after we return. It would have been nice to have the everyday wines on this trip but we will survive. The grocery stores have a good selection too.
We were disappointed when we couldn’t drive until midnight. We were tired ...
... Charlotte didn’t want to. In the end it was relatively straightforward, we were biking on the main roads but the bike lanes were huge, in some places the bike lanes were bigger than the car lanes.
We dismounted after we crossed the bridge into downtown and hit the river walk. We locked the bikes up and decided to leave them here as it seemed safe, busy and easy for us to get back to. There’s some food thing on called Oregan Bites ...
... at a reasonable hour. As brutal as the morning was, the afternoon was gloriously smooth and flowing. We found an outstanding section of paved road that effectively paralleled what we would otherwise have covered on dirt and had a really great time.
We arrived in Portland safe and sound and are looking forward to a couple of days of R+R while staying with my nephew Jake, who has generously agreed to host us for the ...
... out the sheep area. Mucking out this area consisted of using a pitchfork to unearth old straw and sheep poop. It smelled terrible. I was then pulled away because I was needed to help fix a hole in the back of the sows pig pen, where a sow actually got out. Luckily, the sow was lazy so didn’t go too far or try too hard to evade us. Finally the day was done. We made pizza again for dinner, and of course it was ...
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