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- After the great day game in Seattle, Bailey and I filled up the tank as well as the ice chest and traveled 180 miles south back into Oregon to Beaverton. AKA the home of the Nike Superstore.
- We bought so much stuff. We love Nike and with no sales tax, we bought so many shoes, and athletic outfits. it was awesome.
- We stayed in town for the night. for dinner we ate at Ikenonana sushi. It was delicious.
... And when that happens, its flavors are the most haunting and brilliant and subtle and thrilling and ancient on the planet."
The Vineyards we visited were:
Ken and Grace Evenstad founded Domaine Serene Vineyards and Winery in 1989 when they purchased 42 acres of just-logged land in the Dundee Hills of Oregon to plant, grow and produce ultra-premium Pinot ...
... will be home until the 19th of November and then fly back to Virginia to spend Thanksgiving with Eric and Family.
We are having a family gathering for Jannie this weekend here in Washougal. Looks like 36 to 38 family members are coming so far, and there could be more. It will be wonderful to see all of Suzi's family again even if the reason for the gathering is a sad one. It is great that everyone will be here while Jannie is still with us.
First stop of the day was Ponzi's new vineyard at Beaverton - including a tour of their new wine making facilities.
Very impressively designed (by the owner who used to work for Disney as an Imagineer designing their rides) - based on a gravity system that means they use very little electricity and it's all very eco-minded.
We also visited their older Historic Estate (where they started off in 1970) which is just up the road
... of Portland - grabbed a few little sly pictures to give an idea! The some old biddy probably in her 70s with David Bowie badges gurning her tits off was probably the most entertaining! Opposite was a live music venue with the slogan 'Keep Portland Weird' which is the cities motto and found most places so it does kind of pride itself of being different. Spent most of the first day just wandering around (waterfront, few bridges etc, standard park) before I ...