Best Inn Aloha
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... bridges are pretty (they had the design institute help build the major intersection). It's considered the most "green" city on earth and due to the wonderful weather and the lack of Mosquitos there is a huge homeless population. Oh and there don't seem to be any ants so you can actually enjoy the parks and sit outside anywhere. Stumpville and Beervana are nicknames for ...
... and then some reds. Young woman directing the tasting was from Russia, assuming some internship. She did not drink with us, she actually did not look old enough. Gary, being the good guy, took one for the team and joined their wine club so this tasting was free. What a guy.
Back for a little rest and then the Truitt's made dinner, had some of our purchased wine and ends another lovely day in Oregon.
We stopped by to see Molly, who is 7 months pregnant with a new son. The whole family is excited about another boy child and they have decided to name their baby after grandfathers on both sides of the family.
Although our visit was short, it is always good to see family.
Life is good.
After a very good breakfast at the Mayor's Mansion B&B- we had raisin French Toast with sausages from the Laurelhust Market and fruit salad and coffee, we said goodbye to Dick and drove to Woodburn Outlets. Sadly the rain was very heavy and the outlets less than impressive. We found shoes for both of us and and a jacket for W at Eddie Bauer. Later w drove back into town and stopped along the way at Costco ...
The route: San Francisco, Napa Valley, Humbolt State Forest, Fort Bragg, Eureka, Grants Pass, Jacksonville, Eugene, Portland. Great sights, fun driving, the top goes back up when it's over 95 degrees, hospitable people. Portland is great, they've got a slogan...keep it weird. Airbnb..real ...