Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Jackson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... without her.
I am so ready to come home now. Will leave early in the morning. Am going to stop in Bend and see Tom and Jen Cooper. Probably stay overnight and get home Tuesday morning.
Hope to see you soon Bill, Michelle, Ashlyn and Chase. Love to all. ...
... lunch at Cooper's winery. That allowed Mike and Heidi to taste the wines there. Then we only had time to go to Windwalker winery for their annual party. This is an annual party that for years they planned around when mom and I would be coming down each year to visit. They probably have hundreds of people come each year to sample the wines and food pairings.
After all the people had left we had dinner in the tasting room with the helpers and the owners. ...
... day. Nia had a go at jumping a frog - the distance gets measured by the total distance covered in 3 jumps - hers jumped about 7ft We visited the frog spa where the frogs get looked after between competitions. An enthusiastic frog handler talked us through the ins and out of bullfrog handling. Chris took his life in his hands and tried a corn dog for lunch (a hot dog sausage in a corn & crumb outer on a stick) It was unappetising as it looked. As the rain approached we ...
... Calaveras. We almost run out of fuel in a region where there are no gas stations, apart from self service tanks for locals. We ask for the help of a coffe owner, who very kindly helps us in putting 20$ of gasoline at the (incredibly high price of 4.99$ per gallon). They also offer something to drink from the bar...we must look really desperate !! The city where we have booked the motel at ...
... was a transplanted South Dakotan (from Pierre) and her husband had grown up in Brookings. I had lived in Brookings nearly 30 years and all three kids had graduated from Brookings High School. We had a few friends in common (small world!) We continued the tour, stopped by the house and met her husband who was confined to a wheelchair but wanted to come out and meet us. After a short visit, back into the SUV and we toured more olive, almond ...