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... brothers and is a popular destination resort in the Pacific Northwest that blends Oregon's natural beauty with McMenamins' signature whimsy. The stately main building, with over 100 European-style guestrooms and hostel accommodations, is furnished in turn-of-the-century decor. A feature being the murals and whimsical artwork at every turn. Scattered throughout the grounds there is a winery, microbrewery, golf course and ...
... a very pretty little park which had a huge bridge overhead and a port onto the river. We went for a coffee in a little cafe where Justin knew the manager. It turned out she is in a band who is playing in Seattle on Saturday night so she has put me on the guestlist! Saturday night? Sorted. After a meander around St Johns we drove to another area called Hawthorn which was really cool. Kind of quirky, a bit alternative and well worth exploring. We stumbled upon a hostel that I ...
... things to chat about with him. I am very lucky to have him as a travel buddy. Jack fit effortlessly into our evening, a similarly great conversationalist, with a kind face and one of those laughs that is so natural it makes you happy to hear it.
No, I am not stalking these boys. They are just both great people. And here’s another reason why: after a few hours of porch chilling we decided it was time to grace a ...
... Three little loves of my life. I miss the boys. This is the longest I'll have ever been away from them. I know they're in good hands and that is a blessing for me. Anyway back to quiche. It was the third piece of quiche I had consumed to date on this journey and the best; although Leela and I questioned whether or not it was the best because it was the most recent ate. Present quiche always trumps past quiche? But let me tell you that was not the case ...
Today was another sad day. Napoleon and a female sheep were killed today. It was interesting because we used a guy who does mobile slaughter. It was really cool how he did, and we were allowed to watch, and I am really happy I did. All the cuts were well planned and were used to get the hide off. After removing the hide, he gutted them. Napoleon was sawed in half, in order to stash the meat in the van ...