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... It seems like George Washington was a big deal to these people. The didn't say why, though, and when I pressed them for an answer, they just stared at me with the same look I got from the cows that morning.
We re-traced our route back south to Portland, OR to stay with our good friends, Ellen and J.C. Dinner was at a restaurant called Bollywood Theater PX. The name, I assume, is to thwart off potential patrons because the place might become ...
... Valley. It is built of native stone, hand hewn by Basque masons who learned their trade in Spain. It was Restored in 1997 and celebrated with a Basque Fall Festival. It is Oregon's only Basque Handball Court in existence today.
Leaving the Jordan Valley we head north northeast over the Owyhee Mountains towards Treasure Valley. The valley is very fertile with an adequate water supply for both agriculture and human consumption. The ...
... later. Oh the wonders of flying international on a frequent flier ticket. At least we had two December 9th’s. In actuality our little adventure was 167 days or did we lose a day going to Rome? Sadly, our adventure came to an end. We are glad to be home but it is winter!!!!!
This truly was an adventure of a lifetime and we are so glad we did it. We procrastinated our last posting far too long
PS Thanks to all of you who kept reading ...
... of it all - small, sturdy granite houses with slate or thatch roofs, green lawns, geraniums and hydrangeas blooming everywhere, all under blue skies or gray skies or black skies filled with an illuminating light. It's enough to make me believe in elves and leprechauns, something I haven't done in forty years. I could almost, but not quite, reread The Hobbit."
Mr. Greenside ends up buying a home there, completely unexpectedly. Hmm... not a bad idea.
... be required to brew the perfect cup, even with cream and sugar in the cup prior to brewing. My initial thought is correct, in this case, and there a tan coloured liquid pouring over the counter. I grab a nice white facecloth provided to us by the hotel and sop up the mess then I try to rinse the cloth with cold water, but the stain will not come out. Oh well. At least there is no more coffee on the counter.
Heidi and I are both sitting on our beds, ...