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We headed further west, me driving now, on Rt. 14 to Stevenson, WA and Walking Man Brewery. This was our 8th brewery on the tour and we each got a free pint glass for getting 8 out of the 10 breweries. This time Larry and Derek shared one flight: Knuckle Dragger, Black Cherry Stout, Walking Man IPA, Pale Strider, Homo Erectus, Flip Flop Pils, Hoptoberfest, Little Foot ISA, and Saunter on Saison.
It was after 6:00 and we ...
... got Kili Wit, Seizoen, Straffe Drieling, and Klein Stouderd. While they drank, I started the blog on my computer. Next we went to Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom for more beer and supper - their very popular pizza. When we got there they were packed, not even a seat at the bar. We were told it would be a 30 minute wait for a table. We finally got a seat at the bar and they began looking at all the possible beers they could ...
... my backyard apples. Which is to say, okay, but not great.
In general, the food here was just okay, typical of a tourist town, with one surprising exception. I read a review on TripAdvisor that claimed the Best Western Lounge happy hour had great deals on food and drinks, and excellent service. I was skeptical: seriously, the Best Western? But yes. The orzo with locally-made sausage and broccolini was ...
... goes up an octave. My words come out needled and staccato.
Guy remains unimpressed with pre-trip angst. He is like a huge plate glasswindow that birds fly into and die, their little bodies smashing against an implacable surface, then falling lifeless to the ground.
Me: "GUY! I have too much stuff. I keep putting more things in my suitcase! What should I do?"
Guy, with no sense ...
... WebMD recommends the use of cocoa for treatment of diarrhea, asthma and high blood pressure. You can get rid of pesky stretch marks by rubbing cocoa butter on them. Plus it's legal. Go cocoa!)
I'm excited for our trip, although what I know about Peru is limited.
First off, I'm a lifelong fan of Paddington Bear, who came to England from Peru, in a box, along with a jar of marmalade and note from his Aunt ...