Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... WA. In the evening we were educated and entertained by John Spencer, a Nez Perce (purse) Indian. He relayed folk tales, native songs and answered many questions about his heritage. Super evening !!
June 13th - We toured Hells Canyon on the Snake River in a jet boat. The scenery was beautiful and the white water, bighorn sheep were amazing. We were served lunch midway thru the boat ...
... home and veg out and watch a little tv at the end of a busy day. Or when you're sick as a dog and want to amuse yourself. Once we got ourselves organised we headed off for another drive in the hire car. Our hire car is a Chrysler 200, a very nice car. We drove out onto Martin Luther King Drive and towards the Nike Factory Outlet, Nike originated here in Portland apparently. I found a pair of shorts to chill in around the house and a pair ...
... starting at 3:30 in the afternoon. I can't imagine having to drive there on a regular basis!
Yesterday we drove out to the mouth of the Columbia River, the culmination of Lewis and Clark's journey. There feat is unimaginable to us. We learned that within a couple of miles of the mouth of the river (they knew they were at the end of their journey), there was a horrible storm that kept them pinned to the shore for 6 days. This was ...
... we approached our first destination winery. Seven different vineyards fill the 42 acres of Domaine Serene which produces several single vineyard wines. The grounds are lovely and we "photographed our way through the flowers" and entered the tasting room where we were warmly greeted! After a pleasant stay and tasting we visited nearby White Rose ...
... will tell. I thought I had timed my departure so that I could get to Walla Walla in time for a last cup of McDonald’s coffee and a helping of their free wifi (the connection in the hotel the night before was so slow I couldn’t even check email). However, good ol’ Walla Walla has a bypass, so I never found their gas stations or fast food restaurants. Doh!
I caught up with ...