McMenamins Grand Lodge
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... we approached our first destination winery. Seven different vineyards fill the 42 acres of Domaine Serene which produces several single vineyard wines. The grounds are lovely and we "photographed our way through the flowers" and entered the tasting room where we were warmly greeted! After a pleasant stay and tasting we visited nearby White Rose ...
The day was cool and damp. Nick (nickname Ori, as in orifice 'cos his surname's Hole) took us downtown and for a walk along the Willamette river. We crossed couple of Portland's many bridges and could look across to the city. The riverfront has been smartened up quite a bit. We popped into the Nike Store to see what Linda does and walked around Pioneer Square and saw the popular food stalls. Lunch was in Deschutes, a brewery with an excellent ...
... good burgers and fries. Some of their burgers were interesting combinations. Peanut butter on a burger? No thanks, but someone must order it.
We than walked to VooDoo donuts...A must stop in Portland. We waited in line for 20 minutes for donuts. We ended up with donuts that had oreos on them, one had peanut ...
... started out mountain biking, but the trails are too difficult for me (Karen). There are places where the trail is overgrown and branches might hit the rider. Also lots of steep hills. Much more fun just hiking the trails. You could choose to ride around the lake on the pavement. It's a little over 10 miles and you also share the road with drivers. Nathan rode through the trails all the way around ...
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2. Old rocks
3. Awed (by my family)
As we move on to new experiences, I am sure that what we ...