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... and sometimes $20. Also they have a charming custom of letting their guests sit outside and they bring the wine to them. This was the case here. We went out into a pretty garden area and sat in the shade on what was promising to be a very warm day. The first wine was a Pinot Gris. This was excellent, especially when we saw the price was only $21.The second white was a Pinot Blanc, not as good but better than those we had tasted in the Okenagen Valley. Good value for money. We then ...
... and the Reisling which did not have the acid of Australian ones. We also had a viognier which actually came from Victoria as did the Merlot.
After a pleasant hour there we came back to Peter's and while he made us a delicious salmon salad for dinner we sat out on his balcony in the gathering twilight, enjoying the view and the conversation. After a great dinner and cheese washed down by a few Oregon reds, it was off to much needed sleep. A great start to our trip.
... exemplified by the flourishing
Something that people may not know is that San Francisco sometimes feel like an
overwhelming place, crowded with choices. It is a hyper -city of
food and cuisine and fast track ideas. Tony Bennet was right when he
wrote and sang the song"I Left My heart in San Francisco". Better get used to hearing it from me!
... valley as we head towards Medford.
We stopped in Ashland last year. It is a beautiful little town located on a hillside just west of I-5. We remember a group of folks holding signs stating "The Government Is Poisoning You!" or some such thing. They were protesting jet aircraft flying overhead and deliberately releasing toxins with which to poison those below. They are the typical folks here in this beautiful, eclectic, artsy little ...
... visitors and share their lifelong knowledge.
Today was no exception. Interesting place with the usual old and decaying aircraft and engines.
However the elderly and almost totally deaf guide who gave me a solo tour said something very true. He said "most museums have seven things on average that they are really proud of and that make them special, we have one thousand" And my God he was ...