Larkspur Landing Hillsboro
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... in this tasting and closed down the place at 5:00. Steve and I had been close by this vineyard five years ago when we tasted down the road at the Maresh Red Barn. Little did we know that this land we were standing on was once owned by the older owner of Maresh. Look closely in my pictures and you will see the quaint little red barn in the distance.
Down the hill and back onto ...
... hour on the train. Sadly, on the ride to the Gresham station, the bike got locked in a gear, so I had texted Elise to ask for a ride, instead of trying to bike home on a broken bike. So that was extremely nice of her, and today there was an Easter party on the farm, so not much work was being done today. So it made it easier for her to come pick me up. Hopefully, if I can get the day off next Sunday, I can go back and play ...
We spent Friday night at the Embassy Suites in Old Town Sacramento. Before hitting the road, heading home, we enjoyed a very good breakfast at the hotel. Taking our plates outside, we had a great table beside the river promenade in sight of the Tower Bridge. Our northbound route took us up I-5. The view through most of California was of fields and orchards....lots of hard working folks feeding America! Around Mt. Shasta, shrouded in ...
... The train had Wi-Fi. It was great. Grandpa made a comment about how the view around the train tracks isn't great...a lot of junkier places around, not too great scenery a lot of the time. Then he goes, well, they probably don't bother making it look nice because all you people are just watching your screens. In my defense, he did play solitaire for a while. Lindsay, Neil, and Edith picked us up at Portland's Union ...
... here; if I leave it it goes even more crazy and I'll never catch up. I bet lots of travelers don't have an extensive yard for this very reason! I'd not let my debt add up... nothing can stop big plans like big bills.
I'd want a conducive work situation- flex time, vacation friendly policies, job-sharing- something that allows you to truly leave the office. So often, one gets vacation time that then can't be used because they are needed- find a way to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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