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... every year, but hopefully they will give you enough of an idea of the magnitude of this facility and possibly wet your appetite to visit at some time in the future.
Visiting the Evergreen Museum in McMinnville was on our list after visiting with the couple we met in Napa. It's a private museum that houses the Spruce Goose and other vintage airplanes. The newest addition is a 737 mounted ...
... other camper here, full hook ups in a lovely park on the N Umpqua River, $23 per night, very nice pick!
We went to a fabulously interesting winery yesterday, HillCrest, which is the oldest winery in Oregon (c. 1961), the one that introduced Pinot Noir to the state. We tried to buy a bottle of their Pinot Noir to take back to Pat and Lamont, but he's been sold out for months! The proprietor and wine-maker, Dyson ...
Liam and I woke up this morning to the regular grey skies of Portland and also to the stressed minds of our parents. We spent at most 15 minutes trying to get any last minute packing done, eat breakfast, and of corse load all the bags into our tiny Prius. The traffic is awful; as it always is at 7:30 in morning and I can tell that everyone is on edge. Our flight takes off in a hour, so we are all crossing our fingers to make the ...
... to the family or not.
Kenyans still do a dowry for the “purchase” of wives, paid to the wife’s father. Most dowries “start” at 20 head of cattle and go up from there depending on the value (family) of the wife. This is still practiced among the educated and city dwellers, but instead of cattle, they pay money. I read an article in an English language newspaper that there is legislation being introduced right now to make dowries ...
... that one keeps tryinig to get to the top of but slides down without recourse. What's more, it's clear to her that mom and dad don't approve of jello, so the evenings are that much worse for poor Uke.
So, here I sit, sentinel to this now sleeping duo, and thinking about how our sleeping will be in Costa Rica for the upcoming month.
We have chosen an experiment, to leave the wet normalcy of an Oregon November for Central America where monkeys ...