McMenamins Hotel Oregon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... winery usually asks for appointments but our host was happy to let us stay. Most wineries here charge for a flight, this one was expensive at $20 for four wines. However the wine was excellent. They only make pinot noir but we could discern the differences in the different years and the grapes' origin. I really enjoyed these pinots but the cost was outrageous. The least expensive was $60 and the most, $120 a bottle. Peter, though, bought four bottles which then waived the ...
... of the facility, I have to walk way down to the back end punch in the security codes and then walk all the way back down to the front end again ...
I thought I might get bored of aviation museums but the Evergreen Museum, some 25 miles SW of Portland, was super. In attractive hangars there was an excellent collection of real and replica planes, including a Blackbird and a Spitfire. Highlight was Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose. It was massive! My wide-angle camera couldn't fit it in. Actually made from birch the plane flew only once, for just a mile, by Hughes himself. The guides, all elderly and ...
... band that was playing...a fabulous evening!
From Roseburg we moved on to Leavenworth, and another excellent county park, Gill's Landing, where we had a terrific campsite, #9, in a beautiful setting. The flat area around us allowed for long bike rides, and the covered bridge countryside was nearby, so we did lots of exploring. The old covered bridges were really neat, many different styles, and very picturesque! ...
... for my earbuds and being to shy to ask the stewards for a second sprite. The change in weather is amazing from here to Portland! It is almost 90 degrees out while in Portland I'm sure it is still 50 degrees and rainy. Anyway, I'll write some more later but for now I'm going to catch a little shut eye before we arrive to the blue skies of ...