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Even after five plus months, the US still has the capacity to surprise us on a daily basis - just a couple of days ago, we stumbled on a memorial to Oregonian soldiers who fought and died in the First World War - nothing unusual, you think - except the memorial was a full scale replica of Stonehenge, deep into the wilds of the Columbia River gorge! Add to ...
... to welcome us back; and this time around many of them have put up with Teddy tearing their houses apart.
The year we lived in Eugene was also the year we got engaged and married, so the good people here really helped us celebrate those milestones. These folks mean a lot to us and it has been so good to see them. We bought Teddy a couple of tie-dyed shirts so that we can look at him all year and remember our friends out west.
We also got an oil ...
... We then spent the afternoon watching the Masters.
Tomorrow we make the 2 1/2 hour drive to Bandon, Oregon which is on the Pacific Coast. We are there for three days and are really excited about our planned rounds of golf at Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes. These are two of the top rated public golf courses in the United States. This is one of the main reasons we wanted to explore this area!
... trip to Zarautz. Being at the concert, going to the market, sitting on the beach, going to the duomo, hiking in Cinque terre, it was all amazing. Better than I could've ever expected.
Now, in honor of Zak, I am going to do a rose and a thorn. My rose is when we were in Zarautz and I was sitting on top of a hill, watching a sunset and eating the fresh food that stoked had just made for us. I was able to look out at the beautiful town and feel so blessed ...
... and mushrooms. Both were excellent. I had a glass of local pinot gris while Fletcher tried the riesling, both from Ponzi . The riesling was excellent, more like Australian riesling. Peter's fish and chips was also very good he reported, though his water was a little thin!
Then it was back on the road and another venture into the winding lanes of the Dundee Hills. Domaine Drouin was our next destination. This was one of the older wineries in this area, established ...
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