Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn
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... in fact he still has not contacted me. He is not on my good list!
July 29th-Tuesday-a bad night with the Restless Legs! No trouble at all for 2 weeks, not even had to take a pill, but this was brutal—3 pills later I finally got a bit of sleep! We took a drive to a farm in Jefferson to get some fruit-peaches, apricots and very large Walla Walla sweet onions. Don mowed the back lawn and his neighbor’s part of it also, then ...
... Lori, who remains ageless, charming and wonderful as ever. It was one of the highlights of my trip so far. Lori actually spent one Christmas with my parents and I back when we were both working in Virginia and her folks were in California (her schedule didn’t leave enough time for her to fly home and back), so we were able to reminisce about my folks, which was also very welcome today. ...
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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. ...
... of Oregon, especially the southern areas. I stayed the night in the capitol, Salem. The evening was spent catching up on this blog, indulging in pasta dinner, and generally relaxing. I planned on doing some site-seeing in Salem the next morning, but I got a late start and decided the sites (namely, the State Park that consisted of water falls) would have to be added to my list of places to return to. As part of my Pacific Northwest coffee quest (which I'll eventually blog ...
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