Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn
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... our drive today. Saturday, July 12: Portland City Tour; Free Afternoon; Farewell Dinner (B,D) Even though we started in Portland, we have had little time to get to know the city, so we begin our morning with a tour covering the highlights of the city, including the famous rose gardens. This afternoon will be yours ...
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Evergreen Air Museum in McMinnville Oregon is one of those undiscovered gems in the rough for many people. It is growing daily and if you are ever in the area--it would be worth your time to schedule some time there. A day is NOT too much, but even just a few hours will be worth your time. ...
... in style! One warning about Capsaicin - wash your hands thoroughly after applying! Yikes!! I didn't feel any heat on my feet, but when I accidentally wiped my eye - I thought I was going to die! So hot...Three more days and I will have completed 60 miles and be able to keep up with the heartiest in Scotland!
I loaded more music on my phone before going out today. I'm so greatly affected by the tunes in my ears...DJ Harry keeps me at a steady ...
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It is our hope that in 2013, you and your families will have chances to do the things that make you all happy, to grow and learn and open up to the miracles of life and this world, wherever you may be and whatever you may do. Many blessings to you all!
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One of my favorite “bird” animals was the weaver bird who built their nest from short pieces of dried grass from the prairies. They wove them into beautiful little pieces of art hanging down on the end of branches. Looked like they could never stay in place, but yet they did even through wind and rain which we had a lot of on the trip. Most nest would usually have two holes, one on each end. We found out this allowed ...