Dundee Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... the rest of our group who first balked at walking in the door! You name it and they have the doughnut…it makes "Dunkin" and “Krispy Kreme” appear small time! I think Dan wins the prize for the most adventurous purchase….something like bacon, maple and spinach doughnuts. Just kidding on the spinach one!
The downside of this establishment was the use of ...
... Spruce goose - the worlds largest plane - and it is definitely enormous!!
After that we headed up to Red Ridge Farms to sample their olive oil and honey.
We also stopped off at Wine Country Farms - but the tasting room had just closed so we headed back to the hotel for a period.
A little later we went out for a meal at the most excellent Joel Palmers House - famous for its mushroom based cuisine - a truely sumptious 3 course meal, ...
... it doesn't make much difference where - so we started at the south falls (probably the better known ones) and started the walk - Sofia strapped into the baby carrier as it wasn't a route for pushchairs! The first couple were great and only about a mile apart but we then worked out it was as short a distance to keep walking as to go back to the car and move parking area ...
... the people on the beach collecting shellfish (in line with the very strict quotas clearly laid out on the large sign by he parking area!). We also drove through some huge sand dunes that are still encroaching inland. When we got past pacific city we rejoined the 101 down to Lincoln City before we turned off and headed east towards McMinnville - driving past the Spirit Mountain Casino we had stayed at a couple of nights ago - still busy even at 2 in the afternoon but not as ...
... garden near the University of Oregon, in downtown Portland. We then headed across the Columbia River to the east side of town to see the New Seasons Market, which has made great efforts towards stormwater reduction. Their rainwater garden had a sculpture worked into its process (a nice aesthetic touch) and the swales along the main street and in the parking lot were plentiful and well landscaped. After my visits to Boston, Chicago and Seattle, I found ...
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